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Former Mets teammates rally around Howard Johnson after grandson’s tragic accident

NEW YORK — Former Mets 3rd baseman Howard Johnson was a beloved member of the 1986 World Series Championship team. Now, a beloved member of his family needs serious help. Tanner Johnson, HoJo’s 2-year-old grandson, was seriously injured in a lawnmower accident. Tanner’s father Glen accidently ran over his son’s left foot at their home in […] → Read More

‘College Cuber’ stuns with Rubik’s Cube sports portraits

His unique form of art started with a dare from his brother. Now, he has the Knicks knocking on his door — and not to play basketball. Rutgers student Dylan Sadiq first started playing with the classic ’80s (and every other decade since) toy more than 10 years ago. Around the time Sadiq started to […] → Read More

Montclair kids of all ages fighting for skate park

MONTCLAIR, N.J. — During the pandemic, kids of all ages have been dropping in on a makeshift skate park in Montclair. However, it currently gets so much use that the decks and other supplies are starting to wear thin. Skaters, along with Councilman Rob Russo, want to build a permanent skate park in Montclair. → Read More

Queens hoops coach follows former players through March Madness

MIDDLE VILLAGE, Queens — With high school sports in the Catholic High School Athletic Association still sidelined by the pandemic, Christ The King Coach Joe Arbitello had nothing to distract him from watching three of his former players competing for college basketball conference championships last weekend. “My wife was sitting next to me, Veronica, and she’s […] → Read More

Ali, Frazier and the Fight of the Century 50 years later

MANHATTAN — Muhammad Ali and Joe Frazier were both unbeaten when they met for the first time in what was billed the Fight of the Century. The heavyweight title was at stake, and there were political and racial overtones in the clash at Madison Square Garden. The stars and the star-struck came in their finest […] → Read More

Devils welcome fans back as NJ arenas, stadiums open with limited capacity

NEWARK — Goalies are no longer the only ones wearing masks at hockey games. Fans in attendance at the New Jersey Devils game against the New York Islanders Tuesday night at Prudential Center had to follow all the common COVID-19 protocols and a few sport-specific ones to get inside. But they say it’s a […] → Read More

High school athletes still sitting on the sidelines

High school athletes in New York City still aren't able to play scholastic sports. → Read More

Catholic schools await decision from mayor on high risk sports

As high school athletes in Westchester and on Long Island prepare for their upcoming seasons, many athletes in the city are still waiting to find out if they'll be allowed to play. → Read More

Comedy clubs roast Cuomo for leaving them out of pop-up initiative

Comedy club owners are waiting for their chance to reopen. The governor's arts initiative has them feeling like a laughing stock. → Read More

Ocasio-Cortez joins Hunts Point Market workers' strike

Hundreds of workers at the Hunts Point Market are on strike after failing to reach an agreement with ownership. → Read More

Rangers, Knicks feed hungry New Yorkers to celebrate start of seasons

On a normal opening night, the roar of the crowd would shake Madison Square Garden as fans waive commemorative t-shirts over their heads. → Read More

Governor's proposal would help NYC arts recover from pandemic

During his State of the State address, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced a new initiative to help revive the industry across the state. → Read More

Barstool Fund grows to $20 million, New York businesses among those helped

The fund was started by Dave Portnoy of Barstool Sports. → Read More

No Mega Millions jackpot winner; Powerball’s $410M drawing Wednesday

The Mega Millions jackpot has grown after Tuesday night's drawing had no winner, and people also have a chance to win big Wednesday with the Powerball jackpot. → Read More

Real estate prices continue to drop in Manhattan

During the height of the pandemic, people fleeing the city for more space took its toll on the city's rental market. → Read More

Community helps save Bay Ridge holiday lights

For years, Third Avenue in Bay Ridge has been filled with holiday lights. → Read More

New York City setting up distribution plan for 1st wave of vaccines

New York City is setting up plans to distribute COVID-19 vaccines starting this month. Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Wednesday that he hopes to receive 170,000 doses of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine on Dec. 15, with additional vaccine shipments from Pfizer and Moderna within weeks. → Read More

Neighbors say squatters are running puppy mill out of foreclosed Bay Ridge home

On one block of Bay Ridge, neighbors said squatters are running a puppy mill inside a foreclosed home, and after reaching out to police and elected officials without any results, they're now worried the dogs won't survive the winter. → Read More

Queens neighborhoods attempt to brighten season with light fight

After a dark year for so many, homeowners in one New York neighborhood are using some friendly competition and Christmas displays to try and brighten up the holiday season. → Read More

LI parents outraged over anti-Biden sign near school

Call it a sign of the times. → Read More