Travel ban in effect in New York City, outdoor subways shuts down due to

Travel ban in effect in New York City, outdoor subways shuts down due to
A coordinated ban on travel in New York City, Nassau and Suffolk counties began at 2:30 p.m. The ban has been coordinated with New Jersey, closing Port Authority bridges and tunnels into New York. Only authorized emergency vehicles, hazard vehicles …
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A Winter's Worth Of Snow In One Day: Total Nears Record For NYC
Meanwhile, until 7 a.m. Sunday, all New York City roads — as well as all Port Authority bridges and tunnels — were to remain shut down to non-emergency motorists. Those who are caught on a banned road will receive a summons with the possibility of …
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NY construction work suspended for holiday travel
ALBANY — Construction lane closures will be suspended until Monday in New York. Lane closures for road and bridge work on New York highways will not be permitted from 6 a.m. Thursday until 6 a.m. Monday because of the holiday weekend, Gov. Andrew …
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Man crushed to death by falling elevator in New York City
In the afternoon, the President will travel to New York, New York to deliver remarks and take questions at a DCCC event at a private residence and deliver remarks at a DNC event at Richard Rodgers Theatre. There will be print pool coverage of the …
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Posh New York City hotels pledge to go green
The famed Waldorf Astoria is among 16 well-known, high-end hotels that have committed to reducing greenhouse gas emissions by at least 30 per cent in the next 10 years. — AFP picNEW YORK, Dec 30 — Some of New York's most iconic hotels, comprising …
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Can this British guy really swim from New York City to London?
Whatever is on your bucket list for 2016, Michael Ventre has you beat. The London IT engineer plans to swim the 3,800 miles from New York City to London — and he wants you to help pay for it. Ventre, 38, has conquered extreme swims like the English …
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NYC traffic guide for the Christmas holiday
A record-breaking 100 million Americans are expected to travel over the four-day Christmas holiday period, and Christmas Eve will be the worst day to travel in New York City. The lowest gas prices since 2009 and a stronger economy are fueling the surge …
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NY construction work suspended for holiday travel
Lane closures for road and bridge work on New York highways will not be permitted from 6 a.m. Thursday until 6 a.m. Monday because of the holiday weekend, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced. The same policy will be in place from 6 a.m. Thursday, Dec.
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Rainy, warm weather causes delays for Christmas travel plans at New York airports
Gray skies and rain accompaning New York's freakishly warm weather continued to cause frustrating delays at New York airports Thursday. For the second day in a row, flight delays put a cramp in travel plans for flyers trying to get out of the city for …
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The VICE Guide to New York City
But from the Apollo Theatre to Malcolm X Blvd, Harlem is one of the few New York neighborhoods that has largely retained its flavor despite the encroachment of Babylon (though the Apollo now books acts like Neko Case too which is, you know, totally …
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Christmas Travel: NYC, parks among hottest holiday attractions

Christmas Travel: NYC, parks among hottest holiday attractions
Head to the city's outer boroughs for the New York Botanical Garden's holiday train show in the Bronx, with model trains chugging past replicas of landmarks; the Christmas Lights Tour of Brooklyn's Dyker Heights neighborhood, offered by A Slice of …
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New in New York: Lower Manhattan neighborhood shows off its latest attractions
NEW YORK — On a dark December night, a canopy of lights glitters across Lower Manhattan, and not just from One World Trade and the other skyscrapers. The neighborhood sparkles with new attractions, from the otherworldly glow of the SeaGlass carousel …
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