Steven Prescod performing “A Brooklyn Boy” at the East Village Playhouse in Manhattan this month.
The New York State Court of Appeals ruled on Wednesday that a New York Times reporter has no right to appeal a trial judge’s decision to compel her to testify.
Gail Trachtenberg and Lewis Eron prepaid part of their 2018 property tax bill at the township building in Cherry Hill, N.J. last month. Officials in New Jersey and in other high-tax states are trying to find ways to blunt the effects of the federal tax plan.
Local historians say a half-acre lot inside Van Cortlandt Park in the Bronx was a burial ground for slaves and is not owned by New York City.
Lucy Thurber’s play “Transfers” opened on Monday, and is about two young, low-income students from the Bronx who are vying for a scholarship at a northeastern liberal arts college.
Waves of motorists seeking to avoid George Washington Bridge traffic descend daily onto Leonia’s main thoroughfares. But a new ban will keep them off its side streets.
Ramon Fabian at his home in Manhattan this month. A New York State inquiry found that while he was incarcerated at an upstate prison last year, a corrections officer there, Michael Bukowski, used excessive force against him and then lied about doing so.
Defense lawyers for Chanel Lewis, center, have challenged the legality of his arrest in connection with the 2016 killing of a Queens woman, Karina Vetrano.
Members of the Temple of the Spiral Path performing a ceremony in Central Park this summer.
In December, Glenn E. Martin, a leading voice in the push to close Rikers Island, abruptly quit the criminal justice reform group he had founded. A woman who had worked for him at the organization had been paid $25,000 in 2015 as part of a confidential agreement after she said that Mr. Martin had groped her.
In 1994, a musician and patrons at St. Nick’s Pub stand behind “Fergie,” known as the unofficial mayor of Harlem.
Matthew J. Boylan, the senior reference librarian at the New York Public Library, fielded a call recently asking about an upcoming movie by Martin Scorsese that elicited memories of his father, a federal prosecutor who won a conviction in the 1960s of a leader of the Teamsters union.
Andy Byford began his first official day on Tuesday as president of New York City Transit by riding the subway from Grand Central Terminal to his office in Lower Manhattan.
Christine C. Quinn, the City Council speaker, hosted a boisterous rally at the Stonewall Inn on Christopher Street on Friday night.
Diners at Orient Odyssey, which closed for six weeks beginning in January to work out some kinks.
Kristin M. Davis, known in New York tabloids as the “Manhattan Madam,” will appear on Friday before a federal grand jury. One possible line of inquiry is her connections to Roger J. Stone Jr., a veteran political consultant and Trump adviser.
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