New York City plans to crack down on dangerous driving during the holiday season, city officials said Monday, with the increased enforcement coming after six pedestrians were killed in a three-day period last week.
While other candidates are focusing on early-voting states like Iowa and New Hampshire, Michael Bloomberg has already begun assembling a campaign apparatus in his home state.
Mayor Steven Fulop called for tougher federal gun laws and said the city was reviewing how to improve its active-shooter response after an attack on a Jewish grocery store.
The Brooklyn Hospital Center wants to redevelop its downtown Brooklyn campus and sell large parcels of its site to finance the project.
A growing number of New York dining spots are offering their version of the Feast of the Seven Fishes, from the traditional to the unexpected, with prices that sometimes head into triple-digit territory.
Nearly 100 people have been arrested on murder-conspiracy, drug-trafficking and weapons-possession charges in a probe of the international street gang known as MS-13, New York’s Suffolk County district attorney said.
County jails in New York state outside of New York City levy fees of roughly $50 million on incarcerated people each year for phone calls, commissary products and disciplinary tickets, according to a new report.
High-profile review, which took four years to release, finds just two met standards for teaching secular subjects.
A limited-engagement 18th-century tavern dinner at an old farmhouse in Queens is a hot ticket for people interested in life during Revolutionary times.