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2015/02/27 22:00
2015/02/27 22:00
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COURTESY PHOTO | PSEG trucks on the job. PSEG officials have reached no decision about whether to push forward with a substation on Shelter Island or cables linking the Island to the North Fork. But...
2015/02/27 22:00
2015/02/27 22:00
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2015/02/27 15:36
2015/02/27 15:36
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If restaurant tables could talk, what would they say? How many secrets does a table in a busy restaurant hear every day? Who sits at it, and why are they there? We decided to find out by following...
2015/02/25 17:48
2015/02/25 17:48
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A burglar broke through a wall to swipe money from La Bellezza Pizza at 315 Broadway. View Full Caption TRIBECA — A burglar broke through the wall of a TriBeCa pizza place last week and swiped $1,000...
2015/02/24 16:00
2015/02/24 16:00
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While ice that had clung to the top of hydrants like this one on St. John’s Street in the Heights had melted by Tuesday morning, access would still not be easy for firefighters because of a lack of a...
2015/02/23 16:00
2015/02/23 16:00
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Undeterred by ice, North Ferry boats managed Monday morning to pull into berths smoothly. With temperatures Monday morning hovering in the low 20s and wind chills making it feel like 6 degrees below...
2015/02/20 07:18
2015/02/20 07:18
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It is universally acknowledged that the New York subway is grubby. What may come as a shock is that it contains DNA fragments linked to anthrax and bubonic plague. Researchers from Cornell University...
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2015/02/18 18:00
2015/02/18 18:00
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One hand washes another, or in this case, one boat pushes another, which iswhat it took this morning for Shelter Island-bound South Ferry boats to make it through ice. Mounds of ice clogged the...
2015/02/18 00:45
2015/02/18 00:45
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A representative of the Salvation Army walks past homes destroyed by Superstorm Sandy in Breezy Point, Sunday, Nov. 4, 2012, in New York. The beachfront neighborhood heavy populated by firefighters...
2015/02/16 18:36
2015/02/16 18:36
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The inscription on a large rock in the front yard of an old house on South Ferry Street in Anoka reads “Dr. A.W. Giddings settled here in the year 1854.” Dr. Aurora W. Giddings, Anoka’s first doctor,...
2015/02/16 18:07
2015/02/16 18:07
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Fighting for the principle To the Editor: The proposed restrictions announced by the East Hampton Town Board are an important positive step in reducing the noise of helicopters and other aircraft...
2015/02/12 20:19
2015/02/12 20:19
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The New York City subway is a germ-filled place. Other, far less harmful subway residents include the microbes found in mozzarella cheese and bacteria found in garbanzo beans (the main ingredient in...
2015/02/12 04:22
2015/02/12 04:22
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A new House bill in Rhode Island would increase boat-mooring fees for residents, take revenue away from cities and towns and give fee money to the Department of Environmental Management to provide...
2015/02/09 17:54
2015/02/09 17:54
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What kind of microscopic life lurks in the depths of New York's sprawling subway system -- on railings, turnstiles, benches, the ubiquitous closing doors? A team of New York City scientists spent...
2015/02/07 16:20
2015/02/07 16:20
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Germaphobes, you’ve been warned. Every fear you’ve probably ever conceived is in the subways of New York City. But don’t worry too much — there are still a whole lot of things keeping you healthy are...
2015/02/07 14:40
2015/02/07 14:40
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In this Thursday, Feb. 5, 2015, photo a commuter ferry travels on the East river from Long Island City in the Queens borough of New York to the 34th Street Pier in Manhattan. New York City Mayor Bill...
2015/02/07 10:33
2015/02/07 10:33
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On Oct. 29, 2012, Hurricane Sandy sent a tidal surge roaring through Lower Manhattan, pouring millions of gallons of seawater into South Ferry Station. Metro transit authorities who inspected the...
2015/02/06 19:39
2015/02/06 19:39
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Almost half of the microbes, 48 percent, are previously unknown. Stations in the Bronx had the widest range of microbes, while those in Staten Island held the lowest diversity. Most of the bugs...
2015/02/06 16:53
2015/02/06 16:53
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A layout of the East Side Access project to be completed by 2022. View Full Caption Schiavone has been given a number of major city contracts including a water filtration plant in The Bronx and the...
2015/02/06 02:22
2015/02/06 02:22
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Terrifying microbe map of New York’s subway system reveals superbugs, anthrax and bubonic plague Dr Chris Mason and his colleagues swabbed subway system for 18 months Scientists mapped 466 stations...
2015/02/02 20:03
2015/02/02 20:03
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CITY HALL -- As Sheldon Silver gets ready to officially resign as Assembly speaker at midnight Monday, two lawmakers have emerged eager to replace him. Assemblyman Carl Heastie, a Bronx Democrat, is...
2015/02/27 22:00
2015/02/27 22:00
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