Hundreds of tipped and low-wage workers and advocates, including fast food, car wash and other low-wage workers, rallied outside a Domino’s Pizza location in Harlem before marching to the sec … Full Article
Everyone loves a beautiful tree-lined street. But what happens when underground tree roots start to grow so large that they cause the sidewalk to buckle? The result is a major headache for homeowners, who have to fix the sidewalk. … Full Article
LITTLE ROCK, Ark.— Snow and ice are forecast for the northeast of the country as a deadly storm that started on the West Coast last week gathers steam Tuesday and powers toward the East in time for Thanksgiving. … Full Article
One-sixth of New York City's residents and one-fifth of its children live in households without enough to eat.
That's according to the annual survey of hunger by the New York City Coalition Against Hunger. … Full Article
A letter in which former President Ronald Reagan says "I never doubted communism would eventually fail" has drawn the highest bid at an auction of materials that belonged to ex-New York Mayor Ed Koch. … Full Article
Bill de Blasio, curb cut enforcer?
The leaders of two southern Brooklyn community boards said they are hopeful that Mayor-elect Bill de Blasio will pay close attention to quality of life issues such as illegal curb cuts. … Full Article