Jury Convicts 2 Associates Of NYC Mayoral Candidate John Liu

Two former associates of a candidate seeking to become the city's first Asian-American mayor were convicted Thursday in a scheme to illegally raise campaign...

New Yorkers Get Heavy On Bike Share Weight Limit

New York City's upcoming public bike share program, Citibike, has already irked parking space seekers, food cart vendors and locals who resent seeing a...

New York State Court Upholds Town Zoning Laws To Ban Fracking

A New York state court on Thursday ruled that two towns should be able to choose whether or not they can ban a controversial...

District Attorney Hynes Visits Boro Park JCC

Brooklyn District Attorney Charles J. Hynes visited the offices of the Boro Park Jewish Community Council (BPJCC) this week. The District Attorney first toured the...

Final Sections Of 1 WTC Spire To Be Lifted To Roof

Crane operators hoisted the final pieces of the spire atop One World Trade Center on Thursday, helping to fill the void in the New...

Jury Weighs Fraud Charges Against NYC Mayoral Hopeful’s Aides

A federal jury weighed fraud charges on Thursday against two former fundraising associates of John Liu, a Democratic candidate for mayor of New York...

Storm Refugees Get 2 More Weeks In NYC Hotels

New Yorkers displaced by Superstorm Sandy will have at least two more weeks to remain in city-paid hotel rooms. According to The Wall Street Journal,...

Study: NYC Subway Delays Up In 2012, Early 2013

Superstorm Sandy caused nearly a 30 percent increase in subway delays during the first three months of this year. A study by the Straphangers Campaign...

Nearly 200 Firefighters Battle 5 Alarm Fire In Eight Bronx Buildings

Nearly 200 firefighters fought a blaze that raced through eight buildings in the Bronx, shutting down nearby subway stops at the height of the...

NYPD Move Suspected Sept 11 Plane Wreckage To Brooklyn

A dozen New York police officers worked for two hours on Wednesday to hoist a 255-pound piece of wreckage suspected to be from an...

Sephardi Chief Rabbi Visits YU

Earlier today, Rabbi Shlomo Amar, the Sephardi Chief Rabbi of Israel, paid a visit to Yeshiva University-affiliated Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary (RIETS). The chief...

Greenfield & Quinn Introduce Legislation To Fix Muni-Meter Flaws

Councilman David G. Greenfield joined City Council Speaker Christine Quinn and Transportation Committee Chairman James Vacca at a press conference today in Manhattan to...

NYS Gov. Cuomo Announces Installation Of Emergency Backup Generators At Grand Central Station Terminal

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced the completion of a project to install two new emergency diesel generators at New York City’s Grand Central...

Occupy Wall Street Groups Plan ‘May Day’ Rallies

Activists are gathering around the city today, also known as May Day and International Workers' Day. Members of Occupy Wall Street are joining labor,...

9/11 Plane Part Moved from Alley Near Ground Zero, No Remains Found

A piece of an airplane wing that was found near the World Trade Center site and is believed to be part of a 9/11...

NYC Rent Board Proposes Hikes Of 3-To-6 Percent

The Rent Guidelines Board has proposed raising New York City's rent-stabilized apartment rents between 3.25 percent and 6.25 percent on one-year leases. The board will...

NYC Mayoral Hopeful’s Aides Broke Finance Rules -Prosecutors

Closing arguments began on Tuesday in the fraud trial of two former fundraising associates of John Liu, a Democratic candidate in New York City's...

Text Of Bloomberg’s Addres On Public Safety To NYPD Leadrship

“Ray, thank you, and thank you for those kind words. Let me just start by saying my contributions as Mayor are not to run...

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