Bloomberg Hits Trail In Virginia, Says Fighting Gun Violence Central To His CampaignMichael Bloomberg is hoping his record speaks for itself when courting voters.
NJ Community Rallying Around Father With Cancer Who's Seeking Special Treatment In GermanyThe treatment is not a cure. Doctors told Matt Coleman that when the cancer returns, it will be more aggressive.
Demanding Answers: Mechanical Failures Causing Problems For MTA's New Fleet Of Subway CarsNewer does not necessarily mean better when it comes to the Metropolitan Transportation Authority subway cars.
Owner Lays Out Vision For A Redeveloped Lenox TerraceIn front of the Manhattan borough president and a standing room only crowd, attorney Ethan Goodman made the pitch for the redevelopment of Lenox Terrace on behalf of owners, the Olnick Organization.
Caught On Camera: Father Mowed Down, Slashed While Walking With Young Son In HarlemA father and his young son were sent flying through a gate when a car drove onto the sidewalk and hit them earlier this month in Harlem. Now, police say it was no accident.
Bipartisan State Senate Committe Charged With Fixing Troubled NJ TRANSIT Once And For AllCommuters were recently given a chance to sound off about their issues with NJ TRANSIT. Lawmakers are looking to improve service and upgrade one of the busiest transit hubs in the Garden State.
Bronx Gaming Center Offers Opportunities In Booming Industry To Young People Of Color, WomenA new gaming center where kids can do more than play video games has hit the Bronx. They can actually make them.
Radical Change May Be Coming To Lenox Terrace In HarlemAn iconic apartment complex in Harlem could completely transform. Developers are proposing adding new buildings and much larger retail to Lenox Terrace.
New York City Clock Master Turns Back Time By Hand Ahead Of Daylight Saving TimeOnce a week, the city clock master visits city buildings to maintain, fix and adjust the clocks by hand.
MTA Admits It Learned Many Lessons From Superstorm Sandy DestructionTuesday marked the seventh anniversary of Superstorm Sandy battering the Tri-State Area. Transit officials say the rebuilding efforts are far from over.
Report Shows 1 In 10 New York City Students Was Homeless Last School YearLast school year, the district hired 100 school-based community coordinators to help link students to services.