De Blasio Takes Jabs At Bloomberg, Addresses Serious Issues On 'The Daily Show'Mayor Bill de Blasio took shots at his predecessor and poked fun at the snow removal complaints on the Upper East Side last month – all while addressing the serious issues he has sought to tackle in office – in an appearance on “The Daily Show” Monday night.
Where's Spring? Tri-State Sees More SnowWith the Tri-State area less than a week into spring, old man winter is back for a late March visit.
NYC Unwritten Rule: You Dig Out A Parking Spot, It's YoursThe latest reviews are in. Municipal road crews from the suburbs to New York City seemed to be on top of this storm, clearing first the major roads and highways, and then the side streets.
Why Is The Big Apple Seeing So Much Snow?Thursday's storm made January 2011 the snowiest the Big Apple ever saw since records were kept. And consider this: February is usually our snowiest month.
Post-Christmas Blizzard Lessons Learned, But Some Still Upset"Over a foot of snow in five hours so that's a heavy, heavy rate, but we managed to keep all of the highways and primaries open," said Bernard Sullivan of the Sanitation Department.
Newark, JFK Airports Resume OperationsThe Port Authority of New York and New Jersey says by late morning, flights had resumed taking off and landing at John F. Kennedy airport.
Elderly Advised To Take It Easy This SnowstormResidents can tell from the piles of snow on the sidewalks that this storm didn't bring the accumulations we saw from the post-Christmas blizzard. However, doctors still said to keep an eye on the elderly.
'Plowable Snow' Could Hit Tri-State Area TuesdayAccuWeather Meteorologist John Feerick said it appears the snow will begin Tuesday afternoon, continue through Tuesday night and taper off early in the day on Wednesday.
Residents Keep Eye On NYC's Snow ResponseFriday's snowstorm didn't drop quite as much snow as the post-Christmas blizzard, but the City wasn't planning on dropping the ball this time.
New York Crews Ready To Tackle The SnowThe snow was expected to be deep enough to keep sanitation crews busy non-stop Sunday into Monday.