Residents Complain Of Neighbor Keeping Plane In Driveway Of Long Island HomeHarold Guretzky doesn't want to pay the $150 storage fee for the plane at Republic Airport.
CBS 2 Gets Action After Bronx Neighbors Say Sinkhole Complaints Fell On Deaf EarsThe sinkhole posed a serious danger to drivers and repeated complaints were made, but neighbors said nothing was being done about it.
New York Times: Editor Abramson's Dismissal Was Not Over Equal Pay ComplaintsNew York Times publisher and parent company chairman Arthur Sulzberger Jr. has denied media reports claiming that executive editor Jill Abramson's dismissal had to do with her complaints over unequal pay.
CBS 2 Exclusive: Complaints Mount Against Brooklyn Landlords Accused Of Wrecking ApartmentsThe lives of some Bushwick, Brooklyn residents have been turned upside down, after their apartments were left in ruins and they said their landlords were to blame.
Girls' T-Shirt Pulled From Children's Place Amid Complaints Of SexismThe Secaucus, N.J.-based Children’s Place retailer has stopped selling a T-shirt that has sparked complaints of sexism.
Report: Conn Police Make It Hard To File Complaints Against OfficersA report released Tuesday by the American Civil Liberties Union of Connecticut lists issues ranging from a lack of complaint forms, to threats of intimidation or prosecution of those who wish to bring complaints.
Another LIPA Executive, Trustee Announce ResignationsAnother top Long Island Power Authority executive and a trustee announced their resignations Monday night in the wake of the company’s widely-criticized performance after Superstorm Sandy, according to a published report.
Seen At 11: Social Media Gives Customers A Public Way To Voice Their ComplaintsThere was a time when customers with product complaints would write letters to a company to resolve their issues. But times have changed. Now the most common approach for dissatisfied customers is to complain online.
B&C Morning Show: Listener Letter Evokes A Response; Appropriate/Inappropriate Discount Double Checkin'When 7 a.m. rolled around, Craig thought it was a perfect time to share a letter sent to out program director Eric Spitz...
NYC To Reduce Number Of Street FairsNew York City plans to reduce the number of street fairs and their hours following complaints from communities that the fairs create traffic congestion, noise and litter.
NY Parent Says Holocaust E-Mail To PTA Was MistakeSchool Principal Sharon Hill wrote to the school's parents, saying neither the school nor the PTA support the parent's views.
L.I. Village Bans Smoking On Public SidewalksMayor Ralph J. Kreitzman said the ban was enacted after officials got complaints about smokers standing outside stores in the village. He said the law will also benefit pedestrians who might have been subjected to second-hand smoke.
NYPD Accepts Advice On Handling Sex OffensesThe Sex Crimes Working Group committee was convened after sex-crime advocacy groups said their anecdotal evidence indicated many rape and sexual assault complaints were classified as lesser crimes.