FDNY Rescues 3 Children From Bronx Apartment Blaze, Mother Facing ChargesFlames broke out around 9:30 a.m. Monday on the second floor of the building on Burke Avenue near Barnes Avenue in the Allerton section.
New York City To Make Expanded Outdoor Dining Areas Permanent, Mayor de Blasio SaysThe mayor said restaurants will be allowed to permanently expand into parking areas in front of their restaurants and adjacent storefronts.
NYPD Officer Baimadajie Angwang Arrested For Allegedly Acting As Agent Of Chinese GovernmentAccording to prosecutors, Baimadajie Angwang, 33, was in regular contact with a member of the Chinese consulate, who authorities allege was his "handler."
Macy's Announces Changes For Thanksgiving Day Parade: For First Time Ever, It Will Be TV-OnlyThe traditional giant balloon inflation public event the night before Thanksgiving is also canceled this year.
Schools: The New Normal | Nearly Half Of Paterson Schools Catch Intruders In Virtual Classrooms During First Days Of Academic Year"There was some cursing that went on, some verbal threats and some pornography," Paterson Public Schools Superintendent Eileen Shafer said.
New York Congressional Leaders Sound Alarm For Much Needed MTA FundingMillions of people typically flock to mass transit in the days after Labor Day Weekend, but the coronavirus pandemic has changed all of that.
Labor Day Highlights Importance Of Essential Workers Keeping Country Moving Throughout PandemicLabor Day celebrations are traditionally marked with parades. The very first was held in New York City on Sept. 5, 1882 as a way to honor workers for their contributions to our country.
New Yorkers Call For Justice In Local Protests As Thousands March In Nation’s Capital To Honor March On Washington AnniversaryThere have been widespread demonstrations throughout New York City since the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis more than three months ago.
Teachers Who Are Also Camp Managers Say Experience This Summer Will Help Them When School Reopens Outside In NYCJust weeks before the start of the new school year, city leaders on Monday announced a new outdoor learning initiative -- an idea that's worked well for summer camps.
New Jersey Arts Education Advocacy Group Says Performing Arts Are Needed Now More Than Ever: 'It's Going To Look Very Different'The University of Colorado conducted research to look into instruments' aerosol dispersion, along with speech, dancing and other aspects of performing arts.
Chaotic Morning On Staten Island Ends With 2 NYPD Officers Injured While Responding To Reports Of ATM RobberyCrime tape was up around a Santender Bank on Nelson Avenue and Amboy Road. Police were called there after reports of an ATM robbery.
Jam Master Jay Death: Family Releases Statement Following Indictment Of 2 Men In DJ's KillingThe statement thanked fans for their support and said they hope the indictments are a step toward getting justice for his murder.
Jam Master Jay Death: 2 Indicted In 2002 Shooting Death Of Pioneering Rap Group Run-DMC's DJTwo men have been charged in connection with the 2002 shooting death of Jam Master Jay of Run-DMC.
Queens Residents Exasperated As Power Outages Linger Days After Tropical Storm IsaiasThe destruction is widespread in Flushing. Trees knocked down power lines, landed on homes and crushed cars.
Neighborhood Businesses Struggle As Yankees Home Opener Goes Forward Without FansNormally, fans would flock to the stadium. If you looked around there Friday, you wouldn't know it was opening day.