NJ Transit Makes Upgrades To NYC’s Penn Station

New Jersey Transit hopes its passengers will find it easier to catch a train at New York City's Penn Station. The agency has upgraded technology...

9/11 Memorial Fees Called ‘Slap In The Face’

Charging admission fees to the National September 11 Memorial Museum is an outrage and a “slap in the face,” said one group that represents...

Brooklyn: NYS Senator Sampson Arrested On Corruption Charges

Another New York lawmaker has run afoul of the law. Sen. John Sampson was arrested on Monday in the latest corruption case brought by federal...

NYC Cigarette Tax Fight Hampered By Low Fines

High taxes have emerged as the No. 1 weapon in the war on smoking. The more cigarettes cost, research has shown, the fewer people...

Staten Island: $5.9 Million To Restore Sandy-Damaged Beaches

Some beaches on Staten Island damaged by Superstorm Sandy are getting some restoration help. Gov. Cuomo said the state is targeting $5.9 million toward raising...

Developers Creating Apps For NYC Transit Riders

Tech developers have been working on apps they hope will be useful for riders on New York City's transit system. They've been spending the weekend...

Federal Charges Expected Against Brooklyn Sen. John Sampson

The following is a NY Daily News exclusive: A prominent Brooklyn state senator is the latest politician snared in a long-running federal corruption probe, with...

NYC ALERT – Street, Highway, Bridge Closures During 5 Boro Bike Tour

Tens of thousands of bicyclists are off to the races for the TD Five Boro Bike Tour. The race kicked off at 7:45 a.m. at...

Former Manhattan DA Blasts Proposed NYPD Oversight

Former Manhattan district attorney Robert Morgenthau is ripping the idea of an inspector general for the city's police department. Writing in the Wall Street Journal,...

Bloomberg Gives $15M Loan To Sept. 11 Museum

The National Sept. 11 Memorial & Museum has received a low-interest $15 million loan from Mayor Michael Bloomberg to help the nonprofit with a...

Queens Synagogue to Salute Israel’s Lone Soldiers at Evening Event

This Sunday, just two nights before the start of Yom Yerushalayim—the holiday when Jews in Israel and around the world celebrate the reunification of...

NYC To Release Review Of Storm Preparedness

New York City officials will release a report on the city's preparedness for Superstorm Sandy and its response to the massive storm that hit...

Bloomberg Makes Final Adjustments To NYC’s Fiscal Year 2014 Budget

New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg presented an updated budget proposal for the coming fiscal year on Thursday with largely cosmetic changes before the budget...

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...

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