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  • Westchester Health Officials Say Deli Worker Had Hepatitis A

    Westchester Health Officials Say Deli Worker Had Hepatitis A
    Westchester County health officials have an important warning for people who recently patronized a deli in Ossining. They say an employee may have exposed customers to Hepatitis A. The infected employee was working at the J and D Deli and Catering on...
  • Last Of Funerals For Buffalo Shooting Victims

    Last Of Funerals For Buffalo Shooting Victims
    The last of the four victims shot and killed outside a popular restaurant in downtown Buffalo has been laid to rest. Several hundred people -- including Mayor Byron Brown -- attended the Saturday funeral for Willie McCaa III, 26, the father of two....
  • Air Force Jets To Conduct Flyovers Over Manhattan

    Air Force Jets To Conduct Flyovers Over Manhattan
    New Yorkers should not panic if they see fighter jets zipping through the Manhattan sky Monday, says the NYPD. The United States Air Force is conducting multiple flyovers as part of New York City's Air Force Week from Monday to Wednesday. All the...
  • Fire Continues to Hobble LIRR

    Fire Continues to Hobble LIRR
    Long Island commuters are going to have to deal with more frustration for days as rail workers struggle to repair fried cables damaged by an electrical fire just east of the LIRR's Jamaica Station. The charred signal and switching cables mean the LIRR,...
  • LI Teens Arrested For Vandalizing At Least 2 Dozen Vehicles

    LI Teens Arrested For Vandalizing At Least 2 Dozen Vehicles
    Two teenagers were arrested and charged with vandalizing at least two dozen vehicles in communities on Long Island, Suffolk County Police announced. According to authorities, 18-year-old Jake Cassidy and a 14-year-old were arrested Sunday after an...
  • Tiger Woods And Wife Officially Divorce

    Tiger Woods And Wife Officially Divorce
    After attempting to pick up the pieces of their shattered marriage amid numerous scandalous affairs, Tiger Woods and his wife, Elin Nordegren, have officially divorced. According to lawyers for Woods and Nordegren, the divorce - which at times seems...
  • Ex-Spitzer Madam Kristin Davis To Run For NY Governor

    Ex-Spitzer Madam Kristin Davis To Run For NY Governor
    Kristin Davis, the former madam who publicly admitted to providing disgraced New York Governor Elliot Sptizer with prostitutes, is officially challenging New York State Attorney General Andrew Cuomo in the race for governor. Davis successfully petitioned...
  • Gator Found Roaming Queens Neighborhood

    Gator Found Roaming Queens Neighborhood
    For years, many have long been skeptical of the urban legend that claims alligators dwell in the New York City sewer system. Over the weekend, however, the myth gained some cred after a pint-size gator was spotted roaming the streets of Queens. The...
  • Empire State Neighbor Plan Builds Resentment

    Empire State Neighbor Plan Builds Resentment
    The owner of the Empire State Building says the height of a proposed tower near the iconic skyscraper would forever alter the skyline of New York City. Anthony Malkin took out a full-page ad in The New York Times Monday asking the City Council to...
  • Woman Arrested For 5 Robberies In Queens

    Woman Arrested For 5 Robberies In Queens
    New York City police have arrested a woman in connection with five Queens robberies. Jodi Mendelowitz, 48, of 72nd Avenue in Forest Hills, was arrested Monday and charged with first- and second-degree robbery, criminal possession of a weapon and criminal...
  • 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-...
  • Parking Problems in Carroll Gardens

    Parking Problems in Carroll Gardens
    Once it was South Brooklyn, then around the 1960's came to be called Carroll Gardens -- named after Charles Carroll -- a lawyer and politician. His skills would now have been useful in working out a parking issue currently taking shape on Fourth Place...