Gift Of Life: Family Meets Recipients Of Their Son’s Organs For The First TimeWhen a young man died in a car accident, his family donated his organs – giving the gift of life to four people. On Thursday, his family met those people for the first time.
'Greenest Block In Brooklyn' Winner Named WednesdayThere was a lot of buzz Wednesday along Lefferts Avenue between Bedford and Rogers Avenues, also known as “Lefferts 2.”
Yankees Fans Light Up Stadium With Vigil For Aaron JudgeOne of the New York Yankees’ biggest bats, Aaron Judge, was injured during Thursday night’s game – a major blow to the team’s lineup.
Tough Mudder Elevates Exercise To A LifestyleThe Tough Mudder X World Championship is known as one of the toughest miles on the planet.
Relax, You Are About To Get A Snake MassageSome cultures revere the serpents while others simply keep them as pets. Now, you can even get a snake massage.
Mystery Substance Washes Ashore On New Jersey BeachA beach replenishment project on the Jersey shore dredged up a mysterious substance that left many beachgoers are wondering "what's that?"
'Choose LI' Campaign Promotes Buying Local Produce, SeafoodThere’s a push to stimulate the economy while stimulating your taste buds in Suffolk County.
Officials, Advocates Spar Over Proposed Flood Barriers To Protect Against Future Storm SurgesTo keep a storm similar to Sandy from wrecking similar havoc along Tri-State coastlines, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is considering five options.
Tropical Storm Chris Could Become HurricaneWeather forecasters say Tropical Storm Chris is likely to strengthen to a hurricane by Monday but will remain well away from the U.S. coast for the next two or three days.
Famous Artist's New Exhibit Headlines Rockaway Public Art ShowThe display was created by celebrated artist Yayoi Kusama.
Parts Of Tri-State Area Brace For Possible Heat Wave As Temperatures SoarA heat advisory is in effect from noon Friday until 9 p.m. Saturday.
Battle Brewing To Keep Brooklyn Botanic Garden Out Of The ShadowsDevelopers want to put high-rises near the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, but the community says the buildings would cast shadows, leaving the foliage with little light.