The New Seniors On Campus: SUNY Purchase Will Be Home To Senior Living Facility In 'Win-Win Situation'Retirees will soon have the option of living on a college campus in New York.
Jersey City Raises Blue Flag Over City Hall To Mark Start Of Autism Awareness MonthApril is Autism Awareness Month, which gives those on the spectrum and their families a chance to celebrate their differences.
New York City Suspends Housing Inspector Who Allegedly Replaced Tenant's Name With Racial Slur On LetterThe letter was sent to a tenant who filed a complaint with the city when his apartment lost heat and hot water. There was a racial slur on the line where his name should've been.
Brooklyn Street Renamed For Yusuf Hawkins, Black Teen Killed In Racially Motivated 1989 AttackThe renaming ceremony at the corner of Verona Place and Fulton Street in Bedford-Stuyvesant happened on what would have been Hawkins' 48th birthday.
Mayor Bill De Blasio, Commissioner Dermot Shea Announce Phase 2 Of NYPD Reform Plan; 'You Cannot Ignore The Emotions That Are Out There'The proposals include efforts to decriminalize poverty, recognize historical and modern day racialized policing, provide transparency and accountability and more.
Remnants Of Last Summer's Violence Following Death Of George Floyd Turned Into Art As Reminder Of Troubling TimeIn SoHo, some of the plywood used to protect storefronts was turned into art, which is now on display at the National Arts Club.
Gov. Murphy Announces COVID Vaccine Eligibility Expanding To Teachers, More Essential WorkersTeachers are next in line for the COVID vaccine in New Jersey in an effort to get kids back in the classroom.
See It: Cops Save 76-Year-Old Woman From Newark FireThe fire was devastating. In all, Newark firefighters responded to three different buildings along North 6th Street. But it wasn’t just their heroics that helped save lives.
New Jersey Man Creates 14-Foot Snow Sculpture Of Lincoln Memorial In Front YardA New Jersey man made the most of the snow and turned his front yard into a work of art.
Capitol Chaos: Slain Capitol Police Officer Identified As New Jersey Native Brian SicknickThe 42-year-old grew up in South River and served as a staff sergeant with the New Jersey National Guard for two tours overseas.
Salvation Army Mobile Canteen Demolished By VandalsA truck used to help feed those in need was broken into and set on fire.
Mayor De Blasio Extends NYC's 'Open Storefronts' Program Through September 2021Throughout the city, the mayor's office says 40,000 businesses qualified for the Open Storefronts program, but only a few hundred actually enrolled.
President Trump Complains About Pork In COVID Relief Bill, Sen. Schumer Says Republicans Were On Board With BudgetThe COVID relief bill sets aside $600 for Americans struggling through this pandemic.
Friends, Family Mourn Loss Of Woman Killed In Ozone Park Hit-And-RunRita Persaud was on her way to see family Thursday night, but she never made it. She was in the back seat of a car that was left mangled on the sidewalk after it collided with a Lamborghini SUV.
Harlem Businesses Add Flair To COVID-Compliant Outdoor Dining SpacesParts of Harlem are reimagining outdoor dining. They're keeping safety in mind and adding some flair.