Assemblyman Keith Wright hosts Harlem Jets Parade and Pep Rally

The Harlem Jets, a Harlem-based football, cheerleading and wrestling organization that utilizes sports as a way to keep youth academically motivated and physically fit, was presented with a congressional record.

Returning champs, newcomers from around the country to share spotlight at the 41st Colgate Women’s Games

The finals of the 41st annual Colgate Women’s Games will take place at the New Balance Track and Field Center at the Armory, Saturday, Feb. 7, where trophies and educational grants-in-aid from the Colgate-Palmolive Company are awarded to top place ...

Kia Wright set for induction into St. John’s Hall of Fame

The women’s basketball team at Adelphi University is currently 19-2, with a top 10 Division II national ranking. These kinds of stats and national profile are new for the Panthers, but exploring uncharted territory is something that first-year assistant coach ...

Pete Carroll, Marshawn Lynch share the same supernest

On the surface, Pete Carroll and Marshawn Lynch appear to be polar opposites, but a close examination of the coach and the player reveal that at their cores, they are anything but contrasting souls.

Please no more talk: Let Patriots and Seahawks kick off Super Bowl XLIX

Fans are gearing up for the Patriots and Seahawks face-off at this year' Super Bowl.

Say hey! Willie Mays still contributes to NYC public schools

Hall of Fame baseball great Willie Mays supports P.S./M.S. 46–Arthur Tappan School with donations to the school's music and arts programs.

Olympians prepare for round two in super 400 meters at NYRR Millrose Games

This year’s NYRR Millrose Games promises to be one of the best ever and features the likes of Olympic gold medalist in the pole vault Jenn Suhr, world champion hurdlers Jason Richardson and David Oliver and 2014 World Indoor 800-meter ...

Jah-Leah Ellis fulfills her hoop dreams at College of New Rochelle

As a kid, Jah-Leah Ellis says she didn’t have much interest in basketball. Now, she is receiving accolades for her play.

Baltimore, Indianapolis, Carolina, Dallas advance to divisional playoffs

The next big football day for New York Jets and Giant fans is the NFL draft.

Cowboys ride an official’s call to Green Bay

The reversal of a pass interference call against the Dallas Cowboys, which arguably altered the outcome their 24-20 win versus the Detroit Lions in one of two NFC wildcard playoff games last weekend, is emblematic of why the NFL remains ...

Phil’s offseason tips, JR, Shump and Dalembert traded

Monday, the Knicks had a first-hand look at Marc Gasol, who team president Phil Jackson seemingly covets for the simple reason that the Memphis Grizzlies starting center, a potential free agent this summer, is debatably among the top 20 players ...

Past, present and future celebrated at Maggie Dixon Classic

Tears filled the eyes of Julie Dixon Silva after an on-court presentation to the Maggie Dixon Foundation by Madison Square Garden.

This is the Jets’ bottom line: Someone has to go

Having to pay attention to Monday night’s Jets game while real-world events took place, was like Nero playing his fiddle as Rome burned, or the string quintet performing while the Titanic sank.

Die-hard Knicks fans suffer as rebuilding continues

For those obsessed with tracking NBA playoffs position even though it’s only late November, the Knicks began the week with a record of 4-10 before facing the Houston Rockets Monday to start a three-game, five-day road trip.

The College of New Rochelle’s Jan-Leah Ellis named HVIAC Women’s Basketball Player of the Week

The Hudson Valley Intercollegiate Athletic Conference announced that the College of New Rochelle’s Jah-Leah Ellis was selected as the HVIAC Women’s Basketball Player of the Week.