New York City is planning to expand hurricane evacuation areas to encompass 640,000 more residents, and the number of zones will be doubled so the city can better tailor evacuation orders to the dynamics of a particular storm.
Two former associates of a candidate seeking to become the city's first Asian-American mayor were convicted Thursday in a scheme to illegally raise campaign funds.
A New York City artist has lassoed a small public park, creating a whimsical landscape of bright red, yellow and blue enclosures out of recycled lobster rope for visitors to explore.
New York City's will have to add to the blue signs like the one above.Mayor Bloomberg announced today that things like cd cases, plastic cups, hangers and even washed-out yogurt cups can go in the bins.They're what the sanitation department calls rigid plastics.
As the song goes, if you can make it here, you’ll make it anywhere. A lot people come to New York City to follow their dreams, but the road to fulfillment can sometimes be a bumpy one.
More than 2,000 people displaced by Superstorm Sandy are still living in hotels around New York City five months after the storm.
Ambulances are being welcomed again at a New York City hospital severely damaged nearly four months ago by Superstorm Sandy.
A New York City bakery famous for its cupcakes is blaming Superstorm Sandy for a mouse infestation that led it to be temporarily shut down for health code violations.
Magnolia Bakery's popular shop in Manhattan's West Village was closed by the Health Department Thursday after an inspector found mouse droppings in the basement.
A spokeswoman for the bakery tells the New York Post that the mice turned up after parts of the neighborhood close to the Hudson River flooded during the October storm.
New York City is launching a $15 million program to clean up at least 2,000 homes contaminated with mold because of flooding during Superstorm Sandy.