Tenants Of Queens Apartment Building With 573 Open Violations Take Property Owners To CourtTenants say the biggest violation is a broken elevator that hasn't worked in three years.
House Of Worship Turned Family Home? 165-Year-Old Church For Sale In Monmouth CountyThe buyer will be allowed to change anything except the stained glass windows and the exterior of the church.
Oh My Goodness: 4th Grader Collects Bottles To Raise Money For Operation SmileAn Eastchester girl started doing good after watching a commercial about children with cleft palates who struggle with eating, drinking, speaking and even smiling.
Brooklyn Homeowners Take Issue With City, Say Subway Line Retaining Wall Fixes Are MTA's ResponsibilityA war over an aging retaining wall in Brooklyn has neighbors fuming.
Hepatitis A Scare At N.J. ShopRite Prompts Directive To Customers To Trash Food, Get VaccinatedThere is a hepatitis A warning in New Jersey after a store worker at a supermarket tested positive for the virus.
New Jersey Students Urging Governor To End Lunch Shaming, Help Children Without Enough Money For FoodThe determined students are part of an organization called Rays of Hope and they've even asked Gov. Murphy to get involved.
N.J. City Sacrificing 2,000 Trees To Thwart Troublesome BeetleAsh trees make up about a fifth of the trees in Montclair, but the city said it plans to cut down 2,000 of them, whether they're infested or not.
Family Sues Lincoln Hospital After Mother Dies Following Minor ProcedureThe victim's mother says the hospital never notified them of her daughter's death until she went to the hospital to check on her.