Former Harlem Teacher, Twin Brother Accused Of Bomb-Making PlotTwo twin brothers from the Bronx, one of them a former teacher, were arrested by federal authorities Thursday in an alleged bomb-making plot.
Leonia To Get Friendlier Signs Banning GWB Shortcut SeekersA New Jersey town that recently banned nonresident drivers from using its side streets as a shortcut to the busy George Washington Bridge will replace imposing "Do Not Enter'' signs with more welcoming versions.
New Jersey Gov. Murphy Plans To Get Tough On Gun Control New Jersey's gun laws are getting tougher with Gov. Phil Murphy vowing to sign measures that were previously blocked by former Gov. Chris Christie.
Task Force Launched To Deal With Teen Violence In New RochelleAn independent task force will look into problems of teen violence and student safety in New Rochelle.
Health Department: 5-Year-Old Brooklyn Girl Died Of The FluThe city's health department confirmed Monday that a 5-year-old girl from Brooklyn died of the flu over the weekend. She is the fourth child to die from the virus in the city this season.
Stories From Main Street: N.J. Girls' Basketball Coach Remains Humble After Historic 1,000 WinsJeff Jasper made history as a buzzer went off last week, becoming the first New Jersey girls’ high school basketball coach to notch 1,000 victories.
Police Charge Driver In Yonkers Wrong-Way CrashPolice say the driver was headed southbound in the northbound lanes on the Bronx River Parkway when he collided with a car carrying six people.
AAA Says Drowsy Driving To Blame In Nearly 10 Percent Of AccidentsDrowsy driving causes eight times more accidents than previously thought, according to a new study from AAA.
Book Backlog Grows As New Jersey Libraries Deal With Delivery TroublesCindy Seasack, interim head of the Bergen County Cooperative Library System, says interlibrary loans are held up while the nonprofit that orchestrates the transfers looks for a new delivery company.
Westchester County Sues Drug Makers Over Opioid CrisisWestchester County has filed a lawsuit against opioid manufacturers to recover damages for the use of public resources to fight the opioid epidemic.
Federal Investigators Eyeing Switch In Deadly South Carolina Amtrak Train CrashThe New York-to-Miami passenger train struck a freight train early Sunday morning, killing a conductor and an engineer and injuring more than 100 passengers.