New Jersey voters want to see transit improvements like a new tunnel for trains to New York. They just don’t want to pay for it.
Imagine a 19th-century resort that keeps pace with 21st-century lifestyles and tastes. It’s here, nestled between the Hudson River and the Catskill Mountains.
A charter helicopter on a tour of New York City lost power shortly after takeoff Sunday and made an emergency landing on the Hudson River.
New Yorkers love it, but visitors rarely see it.
The dramatic New York City display of the space shuttle Enterprise opens Thursday, July 19th.
Federal transit officials have reached an agreement with New Jersey, allowing the state to pay $95 million of a $271 million bill for a railroad tunnel project that Gov. Chris Christie scrapped nearly a year ago.
Police say Lashandra Armstrong was a single mother, with a history of domestic problems. Investigators are still trying to figure out why she would intentionally drive into the Hudson River with her children in the car.
If you’re one of a few thousand people in the area who commutes by rail to New York every day, you probably were disappointed last month when New Jersey Governor Chris Christie killed the idea of a new tunnel under the Hudson River.