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38 min ago | SILive.com
The Committee to Save Mount Manresa continues its quest on Wednesday to save the former spiritual refuge despite a second day of tree removal on the property in Fort Wadsworth.
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1 hr ago | CBS Local
New York City has halted work at a Manhattan office building where a construction worker plummeted to his death earlier this week.
3 hrs ago | Men's Journal
He now runs Camp Orenda , an all-inclusive outdoor retreat that offers an "It's a place for people who appreciate traditional camping, but logistically need something a little more modern," says Webb, 37. "My clients care about fresh linens."
3 hrs ago | RollingStone
4 hrs ago | SILive.com
It's not everyday you read about a 60-foot-long, 60-ton whale found dead off Staten Island's West Shore.
5 hrs ago | NY1
The daily commute for one disabled Brooklyn student has become a struggle dealing with unreliable transportation.
9 hrs ago | SILive.com
Last week the mayor's office said he'd release the report Thursday during an event - and while there's no official word on where that event will be held, it seems likely it will be on Staten Island.
9 hrs ago | Serious Eats
Today is a momentous day in your life: it is Derek Jeter's final season as a baseball player - a Yankee lifer! - and you are attending the game.
12 hrs ago | The Wichita Eagle
Backed with millions of dollars and potentially millions of supporters, a new group aiming to curb gun violence will launch Wednesday.
Police have released a sketch of a man wanted for a sexual assault attempt on a woman in her Manhattan apartment.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo has appointed five trial court judges to vacancies on midlevel Appellate Division courts.
The New York Police Department has disbanded a surveillance unit that targeted and monitored Muslim communities, The New York Times reported on Tuesday.
Since it was founded 12 years ago, the Tribeca Film Festival has sometimes swerved between identities like a barfly at happy hour, exuberant but hardly always clear.
Painter Selina Trieff, born in Brooklyn, N.Y., in 1934, has been called "an American original" by New York Times critic John Russell, painting and exhibiting for more than 50 years in her unique style.
For the past dozen years or more, during the first full week of April, I have celebrated the return of spring to Sandy Hook Bay and Raritan Bay with an all-day Osprey count along the edge of the estuary.
Fish and wildlife officials are preparing to perform a necropsy to find out why a 30- to 35-foot whale was found dead in New York Harbor.