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So you're visiting New York. Congratulations! It's the most wonderful time and the most crowded time of the year here.
The Guardians: Hero and Superhero, by acclaimed Italian architect and designer Antonio Pio Saracino, are new public sculptures that represent two legendary civic heroes.
A 100-year-old woman who says she has been living in the same apartment in Manhattan since 1964 has received an eviction notice from the city's housing authority, which claims she has been secretly residing in Italy and unlawfully gave the apartment to her son.
Prepositions are funny things. Most of them are short words, but they can alter the meaning of a phrase or sentence, or be redundant .
A species of cockroach native to Asia that has been seen crawling around an outdoor tourist destination in New York City can survive the city's often brutal winters, according to a new study.
He had ordered no cranberry juice, didn't have enough ashtrays to go around and ran out of single dollar bills partway through the night.
The demand for sustainable furnishings is growing as both residents and businesses look to reduce their environmental impact.
AccuWeather.com reports heavy snow that started piling up across West Virginia Sunday is invading Philadelphia and the Washington, D.C., area.
This brilliantly designed 7 into 6 room condominium is located at 15 East 69th Street, one of New York City's most sought after residences.
Rockefeller Center is crowded this time of year, as the Christmas tree was lit last week for the 2013 Christmas season in New York City.
A storm arriving later in the day on Sunday has the potential to bring snow, some ice and travel problems to the New York City area, according to accuweather.com.
Here are some of the stories that topped the news in Greenburgh, Edgemont, and Hartsdale this week: Metro-North commuters in Greenburgh and the Rivertowns continued to adjust schedules and routes to and from New York City on Tuesday and into Wednesday due to service interruption after Sunday's train derailment in the Bronx.
Back in 1975, when New York City was broke and crumbling - with its budget and crime rate out of control, the Bronx burning, and thousands of police officers and teachers being laid off - a high-ranking executive of the Port Authority was on a junket in Zaire.
When Congress passed a law in 2009 effectively banning mail-order deliveries of cigarettes, it was expected to snuff out entrepreneurs on New York's Indian reservations who were selling millions of cartons, tax-free, to consumers in high-tax states.
Supermarket magnate John Catsimatidis donated $100,000 last night to help the stalled project to create a National Lighthouse Museum in St. George become a reality.