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  • Broken Sidewalk Repairs Near Midtown Subway Station Resumes

    Broken Sidewalk Repairs Near Midtown Subway Station Resumes
    Work to repair a crumbling sidewalk by a major midtown subway station is back on track after a 3 week delay. When construction crews began to fix the sidewalk above the subway station at the north-west corner of 34th Street and Seventh Avenue, they...
  • Palin's 'One Nation' Tour Bus Vandalized In New York

    Palin's 'One Nation' Tour Bus Vandalized In New York
    Fresh off her Times Square pizza summit with Donald Trump, Sarah Palin carried on with her tour of the Big Apple Wednesday, paying visits to such treasured landmarks like Ellis Island and the Statue of Liberty. Although Palin was greeted with hand shakes...
  • Ex-IMF Chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn To Plead Not Guilty On Sex Assault Charges Monday

    Ex-IMF Chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn To Plead Not Guilty On Sex Assault Charges Monday
    Embattled ex-IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn is expected to plead not guilty to charges he attempted to rape a hotel maid in a hotel room in May. DSK's lawyer, Benjamin Brafman, says he will enter the plea before Judge Michael Obus at New York Supreme...
  • Ex-IMF Chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn Pleads Not Guilty To Sex Assault Charges

    Ex-IMF Chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn Pleads Not Guilty To Sex Assault Charges
    Former IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn entered a plea of not guilty on Monday to charges he sexually assaulted a New York hotel maid in a case that cost him his job and a chance at the French presidency. Wearing a dark suit, Strauss-Kahn arrived at...
  • Despite Outcry, Rep. Weiner Insists He's Not Resigning

    Despite Outcry, Rep. Weiner Insists He's Not Resigning
    As pressure to resign looms over Rep. Anthony Weiner in wake of a salacious sexting-Twitter scandal, the embattled congressman insists he has no plans on giving up his House seat. In an interview with the New York Post Thursday, Weiner said that the...
  • Parents Furious Over Schools Closures, Massive Protest Planned

    Parents Furious Over Schools Closures, Massive Protest Planned
    Cathie Black, the new New York City schools chancellor is under fire again. This time, it's for how she spoke to parents and others at the end of a five-and-a-half hour public hearing on Tuesday over the closing of schools. "I can't speak if you're...
  • Hempstead Turnpike Tops 'Dangerous Road' List For Third Straight Year

    Hempstead Turnpike Tops 'Dangerous Road' List For Third Straight Year
    A 16-mile stretch of Hempstead Turnpike in Nassau County has topped the list of the region's most dangerous roads for pedestrians for the third straight year. Twelve people were run down by vehicles and killed on the road between 2007 and 2009, according...
  • Man Shot By Police After Attempted Bank Robbery In Midtown

    Man Shot By Police After Attempted Bank Robbery In Midtown
    A knife-wielding man was shot by police after he attempted to rob a Midtown bank Thursday, authorities said. According to New York Police Department spokesman Paul Browne, the would-be robber was shot once in the leg by a uniformed officer. Officials...
  • Strike Leaves Trash Piling Up In Midtown Manhattan

    Strike Leaves Trash Piling Up In Midtown Manhattan
    A union strike in the Turtle Bay neighborhood on the east side of Midtown Manhattan is getting personal and pungent as the trash piles up. "They've been complaining that they are going to be seeing roaches, flies are all over there and pretty soon they...
  • NJ Transit, Amtrak Service Restored After Transformer Fire

    NJ Transit, Amtrak Service Restored After Transformer Fire
    NJ Transit is reporting that all commuter service along the busy Northeast Corridor between Trenton and New York-Penn Station has been restored after being previously suspended due to a transformer fire at an Amtrack substation in New Brunswick early...
  • Amtrak Apologizes, Expects Normal Travel Friday

    Amtrak Apologizes, Expects Normal Travel Friday
    An Amtrak power supply problem that knocked out service on the Northeast Corridor, North Jersey Coast Line and Midtown Direct service, has been repaired. Commuters should still expect delays Thursday night, but Amtrak believes travel will return to normal...