Friday Apr 11
WNYC-AM New York
Your Pulaski Skyway Survival Guide
It's a 3.5 mile-long stretch of road that runs through Newark and Jersey City and bridges the Passaic River.
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Tue Apr 08, 2014
NBC New York
New Crude-Oil Freight Routes Worry Tri-State Communities
The clackety-clack of freight trains running through town has long been part of the charm of little towns like Haverstraw, N.Y. But in recent months, news that these old cars are carrying a new type of oil is giving residents an ominous feeling about their local railroads.
NYPD's CompStat Creator Jack Maple May Have Street Renamed After Him
To many members of the NYPD, Jack Maple was the crime-fighting genius who developed the CompStat tracking program credited with helping dramatically slash New York's crime in the mid-1990s.
Mon Apr 07, 2014
Howard Gilbert III, of Roosevelt Ave., Bath, was arrested on a Warrant from The Steuben County Family Court for Violation of Probation.
Sat Apr 05, 2014
Camden approves 2 more privately run public schools
Two more Renaissance schools enrolling up to 700 students will open in the fall in addition to the one previously approved, the Camden School District said Friday.
Tue Apr 01, 2014
Air assault: Newark-bound planes to fly over Staten Island
A jet from Newark Liberty International Airport flies over the Sts. Cosmas and Damian Adult Home, Mariners Harbor, in 2005.
Mon Mar 31, 2014
All About Jazz
EVENT: All Hail Jazz
"I'll remember April, and I'll smile," sang Frank Sinatra, who would have made a great pitchman for New Jersey's role in Jazz Appreciation Month.
Tue Mar 25, 2014
Bribery scheme nets second Staten Island pediatrician, Dr. Surender Gorukanti
A second Staten Island pediatrician has admitted to accepting bribes in exchange for referring patient blood specimens to a New Jersey company in a long-running scheme, said authorities.
Muslims watched by NYPD surveillance program appeal federal judge's ruling
A group of eight Muslims who sued the NYPD over a far-reaching surveillance program have appealed the dismissal of their suit last month by U.S. District Judge William Martini, shown here in a 2008 file photo.
Fri Mar 21, 2014
Police: 6 injured in 2-vehicle crash on NY Thruway
Authorities say six people have been injured after a car ran out of gas on the Thruway in central New York and was rear-ended by another vehicle.
Thu Mar 20, 2014
Long Island Business News
So what? Small business unfazed by paid sick time
As more cities mandate paid sick days for workers, the reaction from many small businesses is a big, so what? New York City and two New Jersey cities, Jersey City and Newark, are the latest to require employers to give workers paid time off when they're ill or to care for sick relatives.
Tue Mar 18, 2014
Rochester Business Journal
FLTG extends fiber-optic network
Finger Lakes Technologies Group Inc. has extended its fiber-optic network to 1,300 miles.
Longest flights you can take
Though Singapore Air's 18-hour nonstop flight from Newark to Singapore was suspended last year, there are still plenty of ultra-long flights to choose from.