7 Subway Lines Slated for Service Changes This Weekend
Folks traveling into the city for the holidays will be heartened to find out there will be fewer than usual service changes this weekend.
Crime Report, Pt. II: UPS Package Stolen, DWI Arrests
The following information was supplied by the Nassau County Police Department. A criminal charge is only an accusation, and does not indicate guilt.
MS-13 gang member sentenced to life in killing of teen mom, tot
Heriberto Martinez, one of several members or associates of MS-13 arrested by the FBI and Nassau County police.
New York Daily News
A Rockaways greenspace wish list
The Parks Department is asking Rockaway residents what kind of recreational facilities they would like to see along the beachfront, which was ravaged by Hurricane Sandy.
Weekend Service Changes Will Disrupt 12 Subway Lines
The Rockefeller Center Christmas tree lighting traffic nightmare may be over, but holiday gridlock persists.
Jackson Heights News
Kiwanis Club delivers Thanksgiving
Pictured left to right are Maggie Citko, Anegla Settino, Kiwanis of Middle Village president Al Gentile, secretary Jill Nicolois, board member JP DiTroia and Astoria Federal Savings bank employee Gregory Marinescu.
Rain and Winds Lash City As Travelers Begin Thanksgiving Commutes
Rains walloped New York City Wednesday as thousands of travelers began to make their Thanksgiving journeys on flooded roads, crowded trains and delayed planes.
Volunteering Opportunities in Queens This Holiday Season
Below are four Queens-based sites that need volunteers. If you know of other local charities or groups in need of volunteers, please let us know in the comment section.
15 Subway Lines To Be Disrupted Over Weekend
The 4, 5, 6, 7, A, C, D, E, F, G, M, N, Q, R and S lines are slated to undergo work this weekend, and the MTA is advising passengers to allow additional time for travel.
Carlos Ortega sentenced to life in prison for two murders
A leader of the MS-13 street gang was sentenced Thursday to life in prison for two murders by a federal judge who called him an "extremely dangerous" person who killed for "sport."
Queens Library begins tablet lending program
It's been long-rumored but now the first Google Nexus tablet is official, here are the details.