Area politicians warn that changes in customs inspections could decimate the shipping industry in Red Hook.
Hundreds of Muslims and supporters gathered in Lower Manhattan’s Foley Square Friday to speak out against alleged police surveillance in their communities.
Video slot machines started whirring Friday at Aqueduct race track in Queens after a decade of controversy.
Boaters, environmental groups and community leaders told state senators at a hearing Friday they needed better information the day a fire caused untreated wastewater to flow into the Hudson River in July.
The struggling New York City Housing Authority is relying on the generosity of corporations to help build parks on its properties — and giving naming rights in return.
The Nets may be moving to Brooklyn next fall, but they've already started the hunt for a new public-address announcer — preferably one who is from Brooklyn. Dozens of people turned out to try out for the announcer's job on Friday. The NBA team said they are looking for someone with a booming, dynamic voice.
Governor Andrew Cuomo has gotten a lot of accolades from gay marriage proponents for legalizing same sex unions in New York, but on Friday he gave credit to his predecessor, former governor David Paterson, who tried, but failed to do the same thing during his time in public office.