New York City will be opening its beaches and most outdoor city pools this summer.
Michael Carbonaro, 26, didn't speak until he was 4 when he saw ice skating on TV and told his mother that's what he wanted to do.
The NYPD is searching for two suspects seen in a surveillance video breaking into a hotel on Staten Island and stealing thousands of dollars.
A state appeals court has upheld the NYPD's decision to fire an officer for the 2014 chokehold death of Eric Garner.
The new 'Geothals Bridge' sign that is up on the Staten Island Expressway is misspelled.
A pair of bartenders in Queens created an ice cream company through a pandemic and a cancer diagnosis.
The former head of the Food and Drug Administration says the New York variant could infect those vaccinated.
Firefighters gave the boy aid until an ambulance arrived and took him to a hospital, police said. They are investigating the collision.
A man shoved a photojournalist on the deck of the Staten Island Ferry and was about to hit him with a metal rod when mayoral candidate Andrew Yang intervened.
The weather caused back-to-back delays for New York City's newest vaccination site on Staten Island.
New York's attorney general claims Amazon failed to provide workers with a safe environment at warehouses in Staten Island and Queens as COVID-19 infections surged nationwide.
A former New York fashion student accused of participating in the Jan. 6 breach of the U.S. Capitol and posting on social media about “storming” it was arrested Monday as the tally of criminal cases kept growing.
Police officers will vaccinate NYCHA residents who are 65 and older and who have registered for appointments.
A woman was found dead inside the garbage chute of a Staten Island apartment building, police said Saturday.
A lawyer for the Mac's Public House on Staten Island says criminal summonses against the bar's owners have been dropped.
Authorities say the father of a woman whose body was found last year in a New York City park has been charged in her murder.
A Staten Island deli clerk was pepper-sprayed in the face during an early morning robbery.
The owner of a Staten Island bar who was arrested a second time for allegedly defying COVID-19 restrictions denies he struck a sheriff's deputy with his vehicle.
The co-owner of a New York City bar that authorities said has been defying coronavirus restrictions was taken into custody early Sunday after running over a deputy with a car, authorities said.
A unique partnership aims to boost business at local eateries while making sure people get a hot meal for the holidays.