New York City Agencies, Residents Brace For First Heat Wave Of The YearStarting Sunday, 160 cooling centers citywide will open.
Monmouth Park To Hold 'Fan Appreciation Day' To Make Up For Haskell ProblemsThere will be free admission and parking and food specials throughout the day, complementing a racing card headlined by the Grade 3 Monmouth Oaks.
NYC Heat Wave: Con Ed Under Fire After Cutting Power To Some Brooklyn NeighborhoodsCrews have been working around the clock to bring customers back online. Meanwhile, thousands of residents spent the sweltering night in the dark.
NYC Heat Wave: Thousands Still Without Power After Saturday's OutageThousands of people in Queens, Brooklyn and on Long Island were without power Sunday night as the heat wave that hit the Tri-State Area finished up its third day.
NYC Heat Wave: Residents Have No Problem Waiting On Long Lines To Get Into A PoolBeating the heat has been a struggle for the past few days. Many people took advantage of extended hours at city beaches and pools.
NYC Heat Wave: New Yorkers Seek Relief From The Heat As Temperatures ClimbOn top of staying hydrated, city officials are urging everyone to take as many breaks as possible out of the sun.
NYC Heat Wave: Fitness Fundraiser Honoring Fallen NYPD Officer Goes On Despite Scorching TemperaturesHeat this bad was seen as just another challenge to some of the fittest and bravest people around New York.
12 Tons Of Water, Sports Drinks Donated After Cancellation Of NYC TriathlonThe NYC Triathlon will return on July 19, 2020.
Monmouth Scraps 6 Races Amid Heat Wave; Haskell To Run At NightMonmouth Park canceled six races and pushed back its stakes races, including the $1 million Haskell Invitational, until early evening.
NYC Heat Wave: Emergency Takes Effect Today As Dangerous Temperatures ArriveAuthorities urge everyone to stay cool and safe as record-breaking temperatures grip the area.
NYC Heat Wave: Con Edison Promises 'Safe, Reliable' Service Over WeekendWith record high temperatures predicted for this weekend, Con Ed activated its command center and brought in an extra 4,000 people on 12-hour shifts.