The late NYPD detective was a leading champion for benefits for first responders who became ill after working at Ground Zero.
The ban was passed last year, went briefly on the books in March, but was then put on hold during a court challenge.
When first responders arrived they found the teen on the sidewalk and say his injuries were consistent with those of a fall.
The men were scheduled to board buses bound for the Radisson in Lower Manhattan on Monday, but sources tell CBS2 the city will hold off until after a judge hears their request.
For pay-per-ride, the MTA says the value will remain on your card until the expiration date.
Will it ever feel like spring? Between the polar vortex and what’s seemed like relentless snowfall, many East Coasters are bursting at the seams to strip their winter jackets and get outdoors. Needless to say, it’s been a long winter.
NEW YORK (AP) — A dog owner has leapt into a freezing lake in New York City’s Central Park to rescue her dog from drowning.
NEW YORK (AP) — New York’s Metro-North Railroad has restored service after a computer system power problem forced it to temporarily stop trains on three of its five lines. Residual delays are expected. A spokeswoman for the nation’s second-busiest railroad says its Hudson, Harlem and New Haven line trains were brought to a halt Thursday …
As Gothamist highlighted Wednesday, the MTA has chosen to feature the “vertigo-inducing” photographs of Navid Baraty on the walls of the Bowling Green subway station. The exhibit, entitled “Intersection,” uses images Baraty captured from the ledges of New York City’s tall buildings and skyscrapers.
NEW YORK (AP) — For sharp-elbowed New Yorkers accustomed to walking where they need to go at a big-city pace, the holiday season is hardly the most wonderful time of the year. An estimated 5 million tourists who flock to the city between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day to see the tree at Rockefeller Center, …