I (No Longer) Love New York? Feds Make State Take Down Tourism SignsCrews have begun removing the "I Love New York" tourism signs on state highways to avoid a $14 million penalty.
Deadline Closing In For Removal Of 'I Love New York' Highway SignsThe federal government says the blue signs are illegal and some of the writing is distracting to drivers.
Feds Press Albany To Remove Road Signs That Cost Taxpayers $8.1-MillionFederal highway officials still want the 'I Love New York' promotional signs removed, maintaining that they continue to be a safety issue.
Costs Rise For New York Highway Tourism Signs That Violate Federal StandardsThe dollar signs are adding up for highway tourism signs that may have to come down.
State And Feds At Odds Over Locally Sourced Food, Drinks For Sale At LIE Welcome CenterIt's barely been open six weeks, but could the multi-million dollar Long Island Expressway welcome center, be forced to close?
L.I. East End Residents: New York State Tourism Signs Are Intrusive, UnwelcomeFights over new campaign signs are springing up on Long Island.
Artist Faces Bomb Charges After 'I Love New York' Work Causes ScareJudge Martin Murphy ordered Takeshi Miyakawa to be held for a month-long psychiatric evaluation.
Former New York Governor Hugh Carey Dies At 92 Carey, a Democrat, served two terms as governor from 1975 to 1982 after seven terms as a congressman from Brooklyn. Hailed for his crisis management during the city's brush with insolvency, Carey mustered the backing needed to reorganize its shaky finances and restore confidence in both the city and state.