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  • Cops Seek Group Of Men Who Pilfered 58 Cell Phones From 10 Brooklyn Wireless Stores

    Cops Seek Group Of Men Who Pilfered 58 Cell Phones From 10 Brooklyn Wireless Stores
    Cops are seeking the public's assistance in identifying and locating a group of young men responsible for stealing 58 cell phones from 10 wireless stores over the past three months in Brooklyn. The group have targeted nine AT&T and T-Mobile stores, as...
  • Have You Seen The 'Ghost Stroller?'

    Have You Seen The 'Ghost Stroller?'
    Have you seen it? People who live near Prospect Park in Brooklyn are calling it the 'ghost stroller'. A photo on the web shows the 'ghost stroller' sitting in eerie silence at Union Street off 6th Ave in Park Slope. Just as suddenly as it appears --...
  • Orthodox Jewish School Cracks Down On Porn

    Orthodox Jewish School Cracks Down On Porn
    The rabbis at Tiferes Yisroel--an all-boys, Orthodox Jewish school in Flatbush, Brooklyn---are defending their new policy on Internet use. In an effort to stop students from checking out porn sites and other inappropriate areas, they want families to e-...
  • LIRR Issues Travel Advisories For Tuesday Morning

    LIRR Issues Travel Advisories For Tuesday Morning
    The MTA has issued a series of cancellations for the Long Island Rail Road, and warns that customers should anticipate significant schedule changes and delays during the Tuesday morning and evening rush hours. The cancellations are a result of damage...
  • Woman Found Shot to Death in Brooklyn Apartment

    Woman Found Shot to Death in Brooklyn Apartment
    New York City police found a 32-year-old woman shot to death inside a Brooklyn apartment Saturday afternoon. Police responded to the scene on Regents Place in Flatbush after receiving a call about an unconscious female. When authorities entered the...
  • Haitian-American New Yorkers Scramble To Reach Relatives

    Haitian-American New Yorkers Scramble To Reach Relatives
    After news broke Tuesday of a magnitude 7.0 earthquake rocking the island nation of Haiti, many Haitian-American New Yorkers found themselves scrambling for information about their homeland to learn whether loved ones survived the devastating quake....
  • Cops Looking For Man In Van Harassing Young Girls In Brooklyn

    Cops Looking For Man In Van Harassing Young Girls In Brooklyn
    Police are looking for a man who is accused of harassing young school girls while riding around in a van in the Flatbush section of Brooklyn. According to New York City police, there has been at least four incidents reported where a man driving a black...
  • Stephen Verona lists his Bel-Air home for $4,395,000

    Stephen Verona lists his Bel-Air home for $4,395,000
    The Bel-Air home of Stephen Verona, music video and film director, screenwriter and painter, has come on the market for the first time in 30 years. It is listed at $4,395,000. The two-story red tile-roofed villa, built in 1938, sits behind gates on 1.3...
  • Police Investigating FDNY Involved Bar Brawl

    Police Investigating FDNY Involved Bar Brawl
    Police are investigating a violent bar brawl involving New York's Bravest that left 4 men badly injured. According to reports, the fight erupted inside the Salty Dog bar in Bay Ridge in the early hours of Saturday morning after a bar patron...
  • Joely Fisher Sells Encino Compound

    Producer-composer-musician Tom Rothrock and his wife, Monique, have listed their restored and expanded Hollywood Hills home for $7,749,000. The couple spent seven years working on the villa, which has more than 6,500 square feet, is situated on about a...
  • Protests Against The MTA Continue In Effort To Save Student MetroCards

    Protests Against The MTA Continue In Effort To Save Student MetroCards
    New York Public Advocate Bill de Blasio and UFT President Michael Mulgrew are set to hold several informational rallies throughout the city Thursday to protest the MTA's plan to eliminate free student MetroCards. Public Advocate de Blasio's flyers asks...