Ex NY Assemblyman Sentenced In Wire Fraud Case

A former New York assemblyman has been sentenced in a federal wire fraud case. The Daily News reports Tuesday that former Assemblyman Jimmy K. Meng...

Bloomberg & Kelly Announce Hiring Of 830 New NYPD Recruits

Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg and Police Commissioner Raymond W. Kelly today presided over the swearing-in ceremony for 830 new probationary police officers who upon...

Armed Robbers Target A Dozen Queens Stores

The NYPD is looking for two men they say are behind almost a dozen armed robberies in Queens. The most recent robbery happened Friday...

Brooklyn: This Week’s B & Q Train Changes

The weekday changes to the B and Q lines continue this week, and each week through February 8, according to the MTA: Manhattan-Bound B Trains...

Scattered Showers and Thunderstorms Today

A weak low pressure over the mid-Atlantic region and an associated warm front will lift into the area today bringing scattered showers and thunderstorms....

Bloomberg Statement On Looming School Bus Strike

STATEMENT OF MAYOR MICHAEL R. BLOOMBERG ON DECISION TO STRIKE BY LOCAL 1181 OF THE AMALGAMATED TRANSIT UNION “With its regrettable decision to strike, the...

NYS Gov. Cuomo Announces Progress In Beach Restoration Following Sandy Destruction

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced that an expedited effort to restore beaches damaged by Superstorm Sandy and protect properties from future storms will...

NC: Daniel Squadron Raises Over $2 Million for Public Advocate Race

State Senator Daniel Squadron announced today that he’s raised more than $2 million in his race for public advocate. Mr. Squadron, who’s facing three...

Community Leaders Call for End to Anti-Semitic Attacks in Brooklyn

Community and faith leaders in Brooklyn joined together Monday afternoon to call for an end to anti-Semitic attacks after two assaults on Jewish people...

Homicide In Sheepshead Bay

On Saturday, January 12, 2013 at 9:20AM, the NYPD responded to a report of an unconscious person inside of 2238 Batchelder Street Apt 1D...

NYC Board Of Elections To Get New Oversight Body

New York City's Department of Investigation is setting up a unit to investigate the Board of Elections. Mayor Michael Bloomberg and others have long accused...

Queens: Body Found In Trunk Of Car

Police are investigating whether a body found in the trunk of a parked car is that of a missing Queens woman. The medical examiner is...

CD47 – Is Council Candidate Treyger Collecting Fraudulent Petitions?

As if there's a shortage of registered Democrats in New York City, some Democratic candidates seem to have the urge to collect as many...

State Comptroller: NYC Hospital Losing Millions

The State University of New York Downstate Medical Center (Downstate), which includes the University Hospital of Brooklyn, faces insolvency as early as May if...

NYC: Heavy Rainfall – Friday/Saturday

High pressure over the area will gradually move east tonight into Thursday. Clouds continue to thicken and lower this evening with lows in the...

Unlimited Metrocards Need To Be Activated By March 11 To Get Full Value Before...

Hoarding extra unlimited MetroCards won't get you far after the MTA fare hike takes effect. The unlimited cards have to be activated by March...

Board Approves Closure Of Long Island College Hospital

The decision drew protest at the board's morning meeting. Opponents say shutting down the hospital will leave some 2,000 people out of work. However, SUNY Downstate...

Greenfield Wins Fight on Behalf of Drivers Unfairly Ticketed Due to Inaccurate Parking Sign

Councilman David G. Greenfield successfully fought on behalf of more than a dozen Borough Park residents who were unfairly issued parking tickets as a...

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