SantaCon, the annual New York bar crawl that collects 35,000 revelers in Santa suits, will be iced out by some bars when they hit the streets tomorrow. But others are ready to offer a cup of cheer.
The New York City Board of Health passed a mandate Wednesday requiring children who attend preschool or day care to receive the flu vaccine.
The heads of several major departments stores and the Rev. Al Sharpton met Friday morning as part of a "shop and frisk" summit intended to reduce racial profiling of minority customers.
New York City Council and labor advocates are urging the city government to include job-related information from contractors into the Sandy Recovery Tracker, an online system that the city is building to monitor the usage of federal funds for Sandy relief.
This weekend’s celebration of Day of the Dead at St. Mark’s Church in-the-Bowery has a special meaning this year for organizers as they honor one of their own.
Clean air advocates are supporting the Environmental Protection Agency's controversial efforts to curb carbon emissions from power plants.
They mysterious British street artist Banksy has arrived in New York to paint the town. Literally.
In its first City Council hearing since revamping its Collision Investigation Squad, NYPD officers said the unit was investigating more crashes -- and staffing up.
Driving on the New York State Thruway? Tempted to look at your cell phone? The governor is hoping new signage will encourage you to defer that urge for a few miles.