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Connecticut ghost town auctioned for $1.9 million

The 62-acre ghost town known as Johnsonville, Connecticut has sold for $1,900,000.

Uptown precinct gets new top cop

THERE’S a new commander uptown. Capt. Wilson Aramboles was named the new commanding officer of Washington Heights’ 33rd Precinct this month, replacing the station’s former top cop, Deputy Inspector Fausto Pichardo.

New syndrome may predict dementia: study

Identifying people with early risk factors for dementia could help them ward off the crippling disease, researchers from Albert Einstein College of medicine and Montefiore Medical Center said.

New Jersey man, 88, to have delayed bar mitzvah

An 88-year-old New Jersey man will finally have a bar mitzvah Saturday after polio delayed the service at 13.

Cubs fire manager Rick Renteria; Joe Maddon on deck?

The Chicago Cubs have fired manager Rick Renteria after one season to pursue former Tampa Bay manager Joe Maddon.

Unmanned Antares rocket was purposely destroyed: officials

The rocket that exploded off Virginia on Tuesday was purposely destroyed by an official overseeing its launch.

Daily News Taste Kitchen: Dunkin’ Donuts' new Croissant Donuts

Meet the Cro-NOT. Dunkin’ Donuts’ new hybrid pastry is inspired by the renowned Cronut — part croissant, part doughnut — but tastes more like an inbred child of DD’s classic bow tie and glazed doughnuts.

Vine star Jerome Jarre detained at Miami-Dade airport

Vine stars just want to have fun. Airport security detained Jerome Jarre for stripping down to his speedo on a Miami-bound American Airlines flight while sporting a blow-up turtle, according to a BBC report.

‘Obama’ wears hazmat suit to spread ‘Obola’ in Chicago

A man dressed in a President Barack Obama mask and an Ebola Hazmat suit walked the streets of the President’s former stomping grounds of Chicago recently to share his thoughts on how Barry has responded to the outbreak of the virus in the United States.

Genetic differences may affect Ebola survival: study

Scientists have been puzzling for years over why some people survive Ebola while many others perish. A new study provides strong evidence that individual genetic differences play a major role in whether people die from the disease.

Jets WR Eric Decker defends wife Jessie James over Twitter flap

Eric Decker and his wife Jessie James Decker are now quite aware of how displeased Jets fans are with the team’s horrible 1-7 start to the season.

‘Blurred Lines’ lawsuit allowed to proceed to trial

A jury should decide a claim by the children of Marvin Gaye that the 2012 hit song "Blurred Lines" improperly copied elements of their father's music, a federal judge ruled Thursday.

Panthers DE Greg Hardy's domestic violence appeal trial postponed

Panthers defensive end Greg Hardy’s domestic violence appeal trial set for Nov. 17 has been postponed until after the NFL season, a person familiar with the situation said Thursday night.

French town bans clowns

The ban will be the most strict on Halloween during the town of Vendargues' parade and will run through November. Cops have arrested more than a dozen teens who spooked kids and beat up adults while wearing the funny costumes.

No room at shelters for additional refugees of Sri Lanka landslide

KOSLANDA, Sri Lanka — Sri Lankan authorities warned of more landslides at a tea plantation where a deadly torrent of mud swept away scores of homes this week, but residents said Friday there was no room left at the shelters and no alternative housing for them to move to.

Federal appeals court shoots down police union’s move to block city settlement on ‘stop and frisk’ case

A federal appeals court shot down the police unions' attempt to block the city's settlement of the "stop and frisk" case against the NYPD on Friday, the last roadblock to Mayor de Blasio's bid to overhaul use of the controversial police tactic.

Taylor Swift: ‘Life can be romantic without having a romance’

Taylor Swift is madly deeply in love...with New York City. The pop star graces the cover of the December issue of British Cosmopolitan, with the shoot being used across 23 international editions of the magazine.

Amazon beats Apple for consumer satisfaction

Amazon's tablets scored a very impressive 827 points out of a possible 1000 while the iPad range earned three fewer, and, with 821, Samsung managed to snag third place in JD Power's tablet satisfaction award.

WATCH: Flyers prank players for Halloween with snake in a cooler

There's not much that can scare a hockey player. But Derek Settlemyre, the head equipment manager of the NHL's Philadelphia Flyers, found one thing that could make these tough guys cower in fear... or at least make them jump and drop F-bombs.

Michigan adopted teen will face mental evaluation after allegedly stabbing brother

Before Roksana Sikorski stabbed her sleeping brother at the family’s Michigan home, the teenager asked her boyfriend if the knife was “sharp enough,” according to a police report obtained by the Detroit Free Press.

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