Tahaij Wells, 32, left, was shot dead and Amir Armstrong, 23, was in police custody after their involvement in a mass shooting at an arts festival in Trenton on Sunday, officials said.
The New Canaan Housing Authority’s Mill Apartments, one cluster of affordable housing in one of the country’s most affluent towns.
Kevin Corbett, a top executive at a global construction and engineering firm, is set to be the executive director of New Jersey Transit.
Hundreds of people lined up at an Uber office in Queens to register their cars as for-hire vehicles. Mayor Bill de Blasio is expected to sign a law capping the number of for-hire vehicles on Tuesday.
A jury in Federal District Court in Manhattan found James Grant, a former New York City deputy police inspector, not guilty on all charges.
Emergency medical workers driving a small two-passenger vehicle, called a gator utility vehicle, on 42nd Street in Midtown Manhattan.
Peter Martens’s farm in Penn Yan, N.Y. Like farmers across the state, Mr. Martens is struggling under the weight of this summer’s extreme weather, a trade war and tightened immigration policies.
State and city officials have reached a deal to reactivate speed cameras around schools in New York City.
Cynthia Nixon is campaigning for the Democratic nomination for New York governor. She has said her experiences as a public school parent and an education activist are what drives her run.
Michael D. Cohen leaving federal court last month. A lawyer for two women who say they were victims of Eric Schneiderman is seeking to protect records that Mr. Cohen may have concerning the women.
Gabriela Amari, using a subway elevator, must take a circuitous route to work because the station she lives near is not accessible. Only about a quarter of the subway’s 472 stations have elevators.
A federal judge in Brooklyn has issued an injunction requiring the Trump administration to keep DACA in place. The program, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, has become a flash point in the immigration debate, triggering protests like the one pictured on the Brooklyn Bridge in 2017.
COLD SPRING “Heat Wave” (2016), pastel by Sheilah Rechtschaffer, will be on view in “THREADS/New Pastels” July 1 through 31 at Buster Levi Gallery, 121 Main Street. An opening reception will be held on July 1 at 6 p.m. For further information: 845-809-5810 or busterlevigallery.com.
A recently unearthed letter from Truman Capote explains one of his early short stories to a reader, and offers a glimpse of him as a young writer.
Melania Trump’s parents, Amalija and Viktor Knavs, flank their lawyer, Michael Wildes, heading to their naturalization ceremony in Manhattan on Thursday.
Milton Glaser in his studio on East 32nd Street, where he has worked since 1965. On a recent afternoon, he puzzled over what design he would create for the New York of 2016.
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