New York City
After I’ve seen the Rockefeller Center tree and the ice skaters, and the Fifth Avenue crowds become unbearable, I hop the “F” train to Brooklyn.
We first told you about it Tuesday night and now a passenger outraged by Amtrak’s handling of the fiasco is speaking out exclusively to Eyewitness News as Amtrak officials announce they have completed their investigation.
Amtrak is investigating how a train headed to New York City instead ended up in Bala Cynwyd.
When it comes to walkability, Philadelphians have it pretty good.
Amtrak has resumed service at reduced speeds between Philadelphia and New York City.
If you like really low fares to New York, especially to lower Manhattan, you’re probably among the legions lamenting the shutdown of those shoestring Chinatown buses.
Chris discusses Chris Christie’s decision to ban conversion therapy in New Jersey, Ed Schultz return to MSNBC and the fight over gay marriage in Montgomery County. He also talks to Senator Pat Toomey and Dick Yuengling from the Yuengling Brewery.
Chris reacts to the managerial change made on Friday by the Phillies and takes calls with Charlie Manuel. He also covers the funding battle for Philadelphia schools and Governor Chris Christie’s role in the New Jersey Senate campaign. He also talks to Michael Bronstein and Jeff Roe on the Monday Morning Matchup.
A Philadelphia gym chain’s latest ad campaign proposes a membership to Carlos Danger.
New Jersey’s transit agency has removed a bus driver for committing a lewd act on the job.
Federal prosecutors say a New York City woman who led a group that shipped dozens of stolen and carjacked luxury vehicles to Africa has been convicted in New Jersey on numerous charges.
Twenty minutes from Times Square puts getaway seekers in a New York City neighborhood brimming with authentic ethnic sights, sounds, and flavors.
Funeral services for U.S. Sen. Frank Lautenberg will be held Wednesday at a New York City synagogue.
One firefighter’s vision has become a reality for the city.
The New York City medical examiner’s office says it has started sifting construction debris from the World Trade Center site in an effort to find any human remains from the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.