Law Passes Requiring Audible Alarms On Doors Of Schools With Special Needs Programs
The New York City Council has unanimously approved a bill requiring audible alarms on doors in schools with special needs programs.
City Council To Vote On Audible Alarms Bill Dubbed 'Avonte's Law'
The New York City Council is set to vote on a bill that would require audible alarms on doors in schools with special needs programs.
Petco Opening Forest Hills Location with 'Reptile Rally'
The new store, at 91-11 Metropolitan Ave., is hosting a pet adoption event and "reptile rally" this Saturday for kids to learn more about reptiles.
West Nile Virus Found in Mosquitoes in Staten Island and Queens
Mosquitoes with the West Nile virus were found for the first time this summer in Staten Island and Queens, the Department of Health said.
Exclusive: New Police Academy in College Point Behind Schedule
The opening of the city's new police academy has been postponed again as a new class of recruits was sworn in and will use older facilities.
Departing 112th Precinct Commander Oversaw 2 Years Without a Single Murder
After more than two years at the helm of the 112th Precinct , in which not a single murder was recorded, Commanding Officer Capt.
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June 30: Returning troops, NYPD surveillance and Iraq
Family members and loved ones cheer as soldiers arrive for a welcome home ceremony at Fort Carson, Colo., in 2011.