Historic 190-Year-Old Neir's Tavern In Woodhaven Saved After Threat Of ClosureThanks to its past and present patrons, the bar is saved in the nick of time.
Thousands March Across Brooklyn Bridge For Anti-Hate Rally In Support Of Jewish CommunityThe NYPD says there have been at least 14 reported anti-Semitic attacks in the last two weeks.
13 And Counting: NYPD Probing New Year's Day Attack On Young Jewish Man In WilliamsburgPolice are investigating more incidents of violence against Jews, including one that happened at around 1 p.m. on Wednesday along Broadway in the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn.
Jewish Community Calls On NYPD To Go Back To Old-School Police Tactics To Stop Anti-Semitic AttacksSome in New York City's Jewish communities want the NYPD to broaden the now rare practice of dressing up and going undercover as decoys.
New York Synagogue Attack: Suspect's Family Says He's Not Member Of Any Hate GroupsMany things are not yet known about Grafton Thomas, particularly a motive.
Tessa Majors Killing: NYPD Locates 14-Year-Old SuspectPolice released several photos of the 14-year-old late last week. He was questioned inside the 26th Precinct station house and later released.
Long Island Firehouse Burns Down, Equipment And Vehicles DestroyedInvestigators are looking into a fire that burned a Long Island firehouse in North Massapequa on Wednesday morning.
NYC Lawmakers Pushing To Overturn 1948 Law, Allow Drones To Do Building InspectionsCity officials are backing a plan to allow drones to inspect buildings. The move comes after an architect was tragically killed last week by falling facade from a building in Midtown.
3 Young Women Killed When Car Rear-Ends Tractor-Trailer In Woodbridge TownshipThree young women's lives were cut short in a deadly crash late Friday night in Woodbridge Township, New Jersey.
After Debris Death, City's Scaffolding Business And Building Inspections SoarThe Department of Buildings is fresh off an inspection blitz in the wake of Erica Tishman's death by debris at the corner of Seventh Avenue and West 49th Street.
MTA Approves Controversial Hiring Of 500 Additional Police OfficersProtesters argue the proposal could lead to some riders being unfairly targeted and the money should be spent on improving service instead.