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Long Island Cancer Patient Gets to See Son Wed in Hospital Ceremony

Long Island Cancer Patient Gets to See Son Wed in Hospital Ceremony
nbcnewyork.com — Catherine Holm had bought a shimmering dress and a plane ticket to her son's wedding in Puerto Rico before doctors gave her the bad news: she couldn't travel because she was suffering from acute lymphoblastic leukemia.

Madonna Cited for Fake 'No Parking' Signs, Paint Outside NYC Mansion

Madonna Cited for Fake 'No Parking' Signs, Paint Outside NYC Mansion
nbcnewyork.com — Parking in Manhattan is enough to give the Queen of Pop a headache. Madonna posted homemade no parking signs around her property on the Upper East Side to keep delinquent drivers from blocking her driveway. A few of the signs outside the East 81st Street apartment read "Tenant Parking Only" and "Unauthorized Vehicles Will Be Towed Away."

Video Shows Cop Punching Intoxicated Woman After She Bites His Hand

Video Shows Cop Punching Intoxicated Woman After She Bites His Hand
nbcnewyork.com — Police on Long Island say they're investigating a video showing a cop punching an intoxicated woman in the head after she bit him in the hand while authorities were responding to a report of domestic dispute at her home over the weekend.

Connecticut Town Residents Alarmed Over Hawk Attacks

Connecticut Town Residents Alarmed Over Hawk Attacks
nbcnewyork.com — Residents in a tony Connecticut town are growing increasingly alarmed over hawk attacks. Hawks are no stranger to people living in Fairfield, where neighbors and nature usually converge without any trouble, and one-on-one encounters are rare. But a series of hawk attacks against humans in recent days have left them on alert.

Stray Bullet Hits Boy, 7, inside New Jersey Home: Police

New Jersey High School Baseball Coach Allowed to Keep Job Amid Bullying Probe

New Jersey High School Baseball Coach Allowed to Keep Job Amid Bullying Probe
nbcnewyork.com — A New Jersey high school baseball coach accused by former players and parents of creating a culture of bullying will get to keep his job, the school board decided in a vote of 6-3. An emotional crowd packed into the South Orange Maplewood School Board meeting Monday night to speak before the vote on whether Joe Fischetti will be allowed to continue coaching baseball.

Barneys New York Opens Store at Site of Original NYC Location

Barneys New York Opens Store at Site of Original NYC Location
nbcnewyork.com — Barneys New York, one of the city's most iconic clothing retailers, just opened a new location in a familiar spot. The luxury retailer opened new store lower Manhattan store Wednesday on Seventh Avenue between West 16th and West 17th streets -- the same spot where founder Barney Pressman opened a discount menswear shop in 1923.

Metro-North Investigating Reports of Crew Member's Vulgar Remarks After Teen Kills Self

Metro-North Investigating Reports of Crew Member's Vulgar Remarks After Teen Kills Self
nbcnewyork.com — Metro-North officials say they are investigating reports of a crew member's crude remarks that were accidentally broadcast over the public address system after a train hit and killed a New York City high school student in the Bronx Monday. The Fordham Prep student jumped in front of an oncoming Metro-North train at Botanical Gardens Monday evening, killing himself.

Girl, 9, Jumps from Flames as Fire Tears Through NJ Townhouse Complex: Fire Officials

Girl, 9, Jumps from Flames as Fire Tears Through NJ Townhouse Complex: Fire Officials
nbcnewyork.com — A fast-moving fire at a townhouse complex in northern New Jersey forced a young girl to leap for her life Tuesday evening, officials say. The blaze in the Juniper Way complex in Mahway started at around 4 p.m. in a third-floor apartment and quickly swept into the attic, according to authorities.

Residents Debate Proposed Bike Lane for Amsterdam Avenue

Residents Debate Proposed Bike Lane for Amsterdam Avenue
nbcnewyork.com — A proposed bike lane for a Upper West Side thoroughfare is stirring up some fierce debate among residents worried about traffic bottlenecks. New York City recently announced plans to build a protected bike lane on Amsterdam Avenue between West 72nd and 110th streets.
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