“This afternoon at approximately 1:15 pm, at New York-Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia University Medical Center, Governor Pataki underwent surgery to alleviate a blockage in his digestive system. The surgery lasted a little more than an hour and doctors have indicated that the surgery was performed as expected without incident.
“Governor Pataki is recovering in his Read More
Enraged Double-Parkers Take On Ticket-Writing D.O.T. Agents
Let’s face it: One of the most perilous uniformed jobs in New York isn’t that of a cop or even a correction officer on Rikers Island, but rather that of a traffic agent for the city’s Department of Transportation. At least that’s what two recent incidents on the Read More
Crime rates may be continuing to fall, but crimes committed by women seem to be experiencing a surge in popularity, if a few recent incidents are any indication.
On April 26 two females, both age 29, hailed a cab and provided an East 85th Street address as their destination. However, upon their arrival, they didn’t Read More
Not everyone adores the St. Patrick’s Day Parade some Fifth Avenue residents overlooking the parade route immediately come to mind but few have gone to the lengths that the group identified by police as the Irish Lesbian and Gay Organization, which seems to exist solely to protest the St. Patrick’s Day Parade, did to disrupt Read More