Annmarie Fertoli is an Associate Producer at WNYC, working with the afternoon news team to produce All Things Considered.
Before joining the station in 2010, she worked as a news anchor and reporter for WFUV at her alma mater, Fordham University. She's also worked for community newspapers in Queens and on Long Island. Annmarie's interests include culture, veterans’ issues, and mental health. She's contributed pieces to WNYC's Adjusting to Home series, documenting the struggles of returning service men and women. Annmarie has also won awards for her work from the Society of Professional Journalists and Public Radio News Directors, Inc., for her news anchoring and for her documentary, The Beauty of Madness. Follow Annmarie on Twitter @annmariefertoli.
It's the first time the life-sized, stained-glass panels have left Great Britain's Canterbury Cathedral.
In New York, the top five percent of households make at least $225,000 a year, while the bottom 20 percent make $17,000 or less.
An environmental coalition wants the de Blasio administration to take another look at the city's Solid Waste Management Plan, which includes a new trash facility in Manhattan.
With more than 10 percent of American adults dating online, researchers are devoting serious attention to how singles can get it right, including tapping focus groups. Here's what they said.
A new bike study finds more women are riding bikes, and that Citi Bike users are safer riders than other cyclists.
The Russian band has formed a human rights group to continue their activism, on the eve of their concert at Brooklyn's Barclays Center.
Turns out a Long Island cat who went missing for months was just catching up on some reading.
The fork Mayor Bill de Blasio used to eat pizza at a Staten Island restaurant will be auctioned off for charity.
One billion dollars.
We know it's early, but we thought we'd take a look ahead to 2016.
The Museum of Modern Art now owns the building on West 53rd Street, and has decided not to incorporate it into its 100,000-square foot expansion, which it unveiled on Wednesday.
An investigative reporter for ESPN says the NFL settlement is a mixed bag.
It's downright frigid in New York today.
Watch the livestream of the ball drop.
Brooklyn's Pratt Institute will continue its tradition of blowing steam whistles to usher in the New Year.
A New York state senator representing Midtown Manhattan wants to make it illegal for legislators to earn outside income.
New Yorkers and visitors can help power the New Year's Eve ball this year, simply by pedaling.
The controversial outgoing commissioner of the Department of Transportation—who brought pedestrian plazas and Citibikes to NYC—says before she arrived, the city streets couldn't meet the demands placed on them.
One thousand New Yorkers are going to attend the inauguration of Bill de Blasio on Jan. 1.
New York City Housing Authority Chairman John Rhea has had a seemingly insurmountable task for the past four years — providing safe and affordable housing for more than 630,000 people living in the largest public housing system in the U.S.