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  • Video: Bat-swinging man damages security cameras in Bronx building

    FOXHURST, the Bronx —  Cops are searching for the bat-wielding man who damaged several security cameras at a Bronx building earlier this month. Surveillance video shows a man inside a building along Kelly Street near East 163rd Street in Foxhurst on July 3, swinging at several of the building’s security cameras with a baseball bat. The suspected vandal is then seen removing what appears to be a ski mask. Submit tips to police by calling Crime Stoppers at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477), […]

  • Expect extensive delays on No. 7 line after work train has mechanical issues

    NEW YORK — Service on the No. 7 line is resuming with delays following earlier suspension. MTA crews moved a work train with mechanical problems at Grand Central-42 St. Service is still severely impacted, with extensive delays expected, the MTA tweeted. For service into Midtown, commuters are advised to transfer to the E/F/M/R trains at 74 St-Broadway or the N/W trains at Queensboro Plaza. 7 train service is beginning to resume in both directions after we moved a work train […]

  • Ed Sheeran announces ‘No. 6 Collaborations’ pop-up shops across US

    NEW YORK — As Ed Sheeran’s new album “No. 6 Collaborations Project,” arrived Friday, a series of pop-up shops are set to open across the United States. The shops are available for one day only from 3:06 p.m. to 9:06 p.m. local time in locations such as New York, Los Angeles, Boston, Detroit, Seattle, and Philadelphia. A pop-up location will be set up in SoHo Friday afternoon at 138 Wooster St. Similar events will also take place around the world. […]

  • 8 injured when taxi crashes into Manhattan restaurant: FDNY

    HELL’S KITCHEN, Manhattan — Eight civilians were injured when a vehicle crashed into a restaurant in Manhattan Thursday afternoon, fire officials said. The yellow cab is seen over the sidewalk on the storefront of the Westville Restaurant on Ninth Avenue and West 54th Street in Hell’s Kitchen during the peak of lunchtime, Citizen video shows. BREAKING: An out of control taxi jumped a curb outside a restaurant on 9th Avenue. It happened at the peak of lunchtime at around 12:40p. […]

  • 7-Eleven offers free Slurpees on Thursday: How to get yours

    NEW YORK — It’s that time of the year again! 7-Eleven is giving out free Slurpees. The convenience store is offering free small Slurpees on Thursday (7/11) when the calendar day coincides with 7-Eleven’s name. The offer goes on from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., or until supplies last. Happy 7-Eleven Day, Slurpeeps! Follow your tongue heart and come get a free small Slurpee, today only! 11am to 7pm. #slurplife #7ElevenDayhttps://t.co/oSwVQgcLJk pic.twitter.com/JSemYrABDb — 7-Eleven (@7eleven) July 11, 2019 They’re also […]

  • Martin Charnin, lyricist and original director of ‘Annie,’ dead at 84

    NEW YORK — Martin Charnin, lyricist and original director of “Annie,” died at 84, days after suffering a minor heart attack. His daughter announced his death on Instagram Sunday, remembering his strength and “very full life.” “He loved and lived his best! He was the best father we could have ever imagined,” she wrote. View this post on Instagram Our father passed away. Martin Charnin lived a very full life. He was watching Family Feud at the end, laughing with […]

  • 2 dead, 2 injured in Hackensack crash

    HACKENSACK, N.J. — Two people were killed and two others were injured when vehicles collided in New Jersey Saturday. Two vehicles collided in the vicinity of Hackensack Avenue at Terhune Place in Hackensack around 7 p.m., Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office said. The crash killed the driver of one vehicle and the passenger of the other vehicle, authorities said. Their identities were not immediately released. Two others were injured and taken to Hackensack University Medical Center for their injuries. The cause […]

  • Man, woman injured in drive-by shooting on Long Island

    SHIRLEY, N.Y. — Two people were injured in a drive-by shooting on Long Island Saturday night. A large group of people attended a party in the vicinity of Parkview and Grandview drives in Shirley. As partygoers were on both the front lawn and the roadway in front of the residence, a vehicle driving by fired shots in their direction around 11:30 p.m., police said. A 41-year-old woman was shot in the leg and a 32-year-old man was shot in the […]

  • Landlord allegedly attacks tenant, wraps bungee cord around her neck on Long Island

    WANTAGH, N.Y. — A woman is accused of assaulting her tenant on Long Island Friday night. Police responded to an assault at a home along Hunt Road in Wantagh just before 11:30 p.m. According to authorities, Natalie Lapolosa grabbed her 30-year-old tenant from behind and wrapped a bungee cord around her neck before repeatedly punching her in the head and face. Lapolosa fled the scene on foot, and the victim was taken to a local hospital for treatment, police said. A […]

  • Man sought for assaulting, robbing construction worker in Queens

    HOLLISWOOD, Queens — Police are looking for the man who allegedly assaulted a construction worker while he was on the job. The 48-year-old man was working at a construction site along Palermo and 193 streets in Holliswood Monday afternoon when he was punched in the face. The alleged attacker took the victim’s phone and fled the scene, police said. The victim sustained minor injuries, but refused medical attention, police said. Video surveillance shows the alleged attacker at the scene. Submit […]

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