Jenna Flanagan

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Giants-49ers Match-up Proves to be a Hot Ticket

Friday, January 20, 2012

New York Giants fans hungry for to see their team play — in the flesh — against the San Francisco 49ers Sunday will have to dig deep into their pockets.

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Warm Winter Blues for Some Shops

Sunday, January 08, 2012

Some small business owners say this mild winter is freezing them out of a profit. Hardware stores anticipating a harsh winter like last year stocked up on winter weather items like shovels and sleds — only to have those item sit on the shelf in what has thus far been a mild winter weather.


A Call for Federal Help to Fix Moodna Creek

Friday, December 16, 2011

A Hudson Valley congresswoman wants the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to step in and provide long term recovery and flood prevention to the Moodna Creek Watershed in Orange County.


Nassau County Offers Warm Beds in Winter

Sunday, December 04, 2011

Nassau County is firing up its winter warm bed hotline as the seasonal temperature drops. The program offers food and shelter to people who have nowhere else to go.

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Mayor Breaks Ground at Willets Point

Thursday, December 01, 2011

Mayor Michael Bloomberg broke ground Thursday morning on infrastructure upgrades at Willets Point in Queens to get the collection of junk yards and auto repair shops ready for a multibillion dollar redevelopment.


Early Hours, Deals and Scuffles Kick-off Black Friday

Friday, November 25, 2011

Early signs point to bigger crowds at the nation's malls and stores as retailers like Target and Macy's opened their doors at midnight on the most anticipated shopping day of the year and a few others opened on Thanksgiving Day. Shoppers were mostly peaceful across the country, but a few violent incidents broke out as millions of shoppers rushed into stores and tensions flared.


Electric Vehicles to be Manufactured in the Bronx

Tuesday, November 15, 2011

An electric truck maker is opening up a factory in the Bronx — saying it wants to be near a market for zero-emission delivery vehicles.


Governor Cuomo's Popular 'Tone

Thursday, November 10, 2011

What started out as a pithy little comment by Governor Andrew Cuomo has ended as a ring tone.


Central Park Trees Cleared as City Sets Up for Marathon

Thursday, November 03, 2011

Runners in the New York City Marathon on Sunday will have a clear path through Central Park now that workers have cleared the roads of thousands of branches and trees that were downed by last weekend's nor'easter.


Slow Down for Skeletons

Sunday, October 09, 2011

It's not a Halloween decoration. The city's Department of Transportation is hoping the image of a skeleton on an LED sign will encourage drivers to slow down and observe the citywide speed limit of 30 miles per hour.


Bloomberg Takes Jab at Wall Street Protesters

Friday, October 07, 2011

Mayor Michael Bloomberg took a few verbal jabs at the anti-Wall Street protesters on Friday, saying the demonstrators who have camped out in Lower Manhattan for nearly three weeks are "trying to destroy the jobs of working people."

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Lightning Strike Disrupts Long Island Rail Road Service

Thursday, September 29, 2011

Service on Long Island Rail Road has been suspended system-wide after a lightning strike knocked out the signal system at Jamaica station at 4:30 this afternoon.

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Mayor Not Required to Notify Others Before Leaving Town

Thursday, September 29, 2011

A bill requiring New York City mayors to notify other city officials when they take out-of-town trips is not going anywhere.


Education Fair Aims to Help Students Select High Schools

Sunday, September 25, 2011

Eighth-graders from across the city are invited on Sunday to the Department of Education's annual high school fair aimed at helping students decide what high school they're interested in attending.


What's in a Name: George Carlin Street?

Friday, September 09, 2011

A local comic is paying homage to the late irreverent comedian George Carlin by trying to get the block where Carlin grew up -- W. 121st St. between Broadway and Amsterdam -- named in his honor. Carlin, who was raised in Morningside Heights, died in 2008.


Hoboken Sells Hospital to Keep it Open

Thursday, August 04, 2011

The Hoboken University Medical Center may be under new management by the end of the week. New Jersey's Department of Health is expected to approve a sale that would transfer nearly $52 million in guaranteed bonds the city of Hoboken is currently holding.


New York Public Radio Acquires Four NJN Radio Stations

Wednesday, June 29, 2011

New York Public Radio has reached an agreement with the New Jersey Public Broadcasting Authority to acquire four New Jersey Network Radio Stations from the state of New Jersey.

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An Upstate River City With Ties to the Underground Railroad Celebrates Juneteenth

Sunday, June 19, 2011

Hundreds of revelers, historical re-enactors, and civic groups participated this weekend in the first annual Juneteenth parade in Peekskill, New York, an upstate Hudson River city that played a vital role in the Underground Railroad.

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City Council Passes Bill to Make Taxi Fare Refusal Worthy of a Fine

Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Taxi drivers who refuse to take fares to the outer boroughs may soon find themselves paying hefty fines or even having their license revoked.


A Shifting Urban Landscape Embraces the Solar Panel

Monday, March 07, 2011

Two-by-five foot solar panels have been appearing on telephone poles throughout Hudson and Bergen Counties as a New Jersey-based power company attempts to green its energy sources by installing roughly 200,000 panels in the area.

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