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Bus riders traveling through Brooklyn may have an easier commute in January 2010. The 10-mile B61 bus route will be split into two bus lines in an effort to reduce passenger wait times and provide consistent service. The B61 currently runs from Long...
Who needs a hospital when you have mass transit? For the second day in a row, a baby girl, who just couldn't seem to wait, entered the world with a whole bunch of New Yorkers looking on. A woman gave birth shortly before 10:30 a.m. Friday on a B61 bus in...
As Long Island has evolved from farmlands and horse carriages to housing developments and congested highways, one piece of infrastructure has stood the test of time - a straight line of train tracks cutting through the middle of the Island. It is the...
Heads continue to roll at mortgage companies in town, with the number of Chicago-area employees getting pink slips over the past six months surpassing 1,200. Greenpoint Mortgage Funding Inc. , a unit of Capital One Financial Corp., has alerted the...
Patricia Del Rio joined CW11/WPIX in October 2005 as lead reporter and fill in anchor on the Emmy Award winning CW11 Morning News. An Emmy award winner herself, Patricia has won and been nominated for several Emmys including her reporting live from Ground...
Tags: John Edwards, KTLA, Los Angeles, California, Fordham University
BROOKLYN, NY-- In the past month, thieves swiped six monuments from churches and parks in the Greenpoint and Williamsburg sections of Brooklyn, according to police. Investigators believe the brass and bronze statues were targeted because their valuable...
QUEENS, N.Y. (WPIX) - Police are looking for a gunman who shot and killed a passenger in a minivan just after eleven o'clock Friday night. Triborough Bridge and Tunnel cops stopped the beige Honda Odyssey just before the toll plaza at the Queens Midtown...
Special to The TimesMost directors believe movies deliver their strongest impact when splashed across 40 feet of widescreen, but Jonas Mekas, the 84-year-old poet, avant-garde film diarist and former columnist for the Village Voice, is praising a new — and to him...
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday June 12, 1998 When World War II broke out in 1939, Britain revved up its Women's Land Army, founded in 1917 during World War I to recruit young women to take over the plows when farmers went off to the battlefields. Over the years, 100,000...
Tags: Catherine McCormack, Rachel Weisz, Anna Friel, Armed Forces, Sex
The last time Andrew Desperito, 43, was summoned to rescue victims of a terrorist bombing of the World Trade Center, in 1993, he suffered from smoke inhalation but otherwise emerged unscathed. Last week, as Desperito escorted a woman to safety from the...
Tags: Children, Death, Terrorism, Health, Unrest, Conflicts and War
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday June 6, 1997 "The Designated Mourner" is as demanding a movie-going experience as you're ever likely to have. Director David Hare, one of Britain's most celebrated playwrights, has brought Wallace Shawn's play, a London sensation last year,...
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