The turnout at marches at Columbus Circle and Foley Square in Manhattan drew thousands, nowhere near the 120,000 in 2018. On Long Island, about 100 took part.
Three sentenced in NYC explosion that killed two men in 2015
A landlord, a plumber and a contractor were sentenced in the explosion that leveled half a block in a crowded neighborhood.
What ever happened to TV meteorologist Storm Field?
For a time in the early '80s, Elliot David Field of Bellmore was perhaps the most famous person in New York TV news. You knew him as Storm.
Are interior lights on new LIRR trains too bright? Some riders say so.
One Twitter user said the lights on the new LIRR train were "worse than sitting under a dentist chair."
City Council speaker 'unfunded mandate' of bail, discovery laws
New York City Council Speaker Corey Johnson, a Democrat, explains how so-called "unfunded mandates" from the state create problems for city government, referring specifically to new bail reform and evidence discovery laws.
De Blasio's proposed budget: $175M for criminal justice changes
The related costs in the $95.3B preliminary budget include 729 new personnel for the city's district attorney offices and 250 more NYPD personnel.
LIRR customers complaining interior lighting inside the M9 cars too intense
Newsday's transit reporter Alfonso A. Castillo has the details on how some LIRR customers are complaining that the interior lighting ...
NYPD: Westbury woman killed by falling plywood
The plywood fell off a building Thursday morning and killed the 67-year-old woman walking on the sidewalk, according to police.
Holocaust Art Exhibition to open in NYC
Press preview for the 'Rendering Witness: Holocaust-Era Art as Testimony' exhibition at the Museum of Jewish Heritage - A Living ...
Exhibition of art by Holocaust witnesses to open in NYC
The works are on display at "Rendering Witness: Holocaust-Era Art as Testimony," at the Museum of Jewish Heritage in Manhattan.
9/11 victims have more time to apply for compensation
Individuals diagnosed with 9/11-related illnesses, or the families of those who died of such illnesses, can register with the fund through July 29, 2021.