NYC: MTA Subway, Bus Fare & Toll Hikes Go Into Effect

Fares for subway and bus riders in New York City increased for the third time in three years at midnight, and commuters who take...

NYPD: 2 Men Wanted for Impersonating Police in Brooklyn

Police are looking for two men and two women who impersonated police officers to commit two separate robberies. Two men posed as police officers to...

Among Most Polluted In US, NYC Area Awaits Cleanup

Just across the East River from midtown Manhattan's shimmering skyscrapers sits one of the nation's most polluted neighborhoods, fouled by generations of industrial waste,...

Greenfield Invites Non-Profit Groups to Budget Funding Workshop to Learn about City’s Application Process

Ever read in the newspaper that a local non-profit organization received thousands of dollars in government funding to support their efforts within the community...

NYC Comptroller John Liu Says He’s Fed Up With Probe On Him

New York City Comptroller John Liu who’s running for mayor says he’s fed up with the three-year investigation into his campaign fund-raising. During a mayoral...

Poll: New Yorkers Like Plastic Foam Ban, Split On Soda

New Yorkers are eating up Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s plan to ban plastic foam food containers. But they’re not so keen on another of his...

NYC Senior Citizen Services To Take Big Hit When Sequester Cuts Go Through

There was more squabbling in Washington on Thursday as the nation prepared to go over the latest fiscal cliff — $85 billion in budget...

Crossing Guard Suspended After Boy Fatally Struck

An East Harlem crossing guard has been suspended after a tractor-trailer struck and killed a boy as he walked to school with his brother...

Verizon Outages Strand Lower Manhattan Businesses 4 Months After Sandy

Potential customers don't need to ask whether The Wayland, a chic bar in Manhattan's East Village, accepts credit cards. They can just read the...

Brooklyn: 40 Crimes Reported In Prospect Park In 2012

Recent data shows a spike in Prospect Park crimes last year. Police data reveals that 40 crimes were reported in Prospect Park in 2012, compared...

NYC: MTA Fare Hikes Go into Effect

Fare hikes went into effect on the Long Island Rail Road and Metro-North Rail Road on Friday, and by the end of the weekend,...

Poll: Giuliani NYC’s Best Mayor Of Last 50 Years

New York City’s best mayor of the last half-century? A new poll says city voters rank Rudy Giuliani tops. A Quinnipiac University poll released Thursday...

Gunman In NYPD Officer’s Death Gets 45 Years To Life

A man convicted of firing the shot in a botched robbery that killed a New York City police officer has been sentenced to 45...

CB 12 Unanimously Opposes ShopRite Street Access Plan at Greenfield’s Urging

At the urging of Councilman David G. Greenfield and local residents, Community Board 12 members unanimously approved a resolution on Tuesday calling on the...

Sentencing Day For Killer Of NYPD Officer

The man convicted in the killing of NYPD officer Peter Figoski will be sentenced Thursday in a Brooklyn courtroom. Lamont Pride faces up to 45...

Crown Heights: Great Parade 5773 in Full Swing

Preparations for this year’s Lag Bo’omer parade are well underway at NCFJE headquarters in Crown Heights. Rabbi Shimon Hecht met with a team of volunteers...

Bloomberg Donates $100 Million To Help Fight Polio

New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg has pledged $100 million to help the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and others to fight polio around the...

Queens: Richards’ Lead Widens Over Pesach Osina In Special Council Election

The Board of Elections announced today that candidate Donovan Richards' lead over Pesach Osina in the special City Council election for a Queens seat...

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