Name & Property Research
Name Search - If you are unsure of the spelling of
a name, it is sometimes better to type in the first few letters of the
name in order to get the most results. For example, enter "John" to get
results for John, Johnny, and Johnnie.
Do not use punctuation such as periods after initials or commas between names.
Capitalization is not necessary. The search pays no attention to upper or lower case.
Property Search - If you want to see only one
address on a street, type in the exact street number. For example, 193
Jefferson. To search a range of addresses on a street, type in the
first one or two digits of the block you want to see. For example, to
view details of addresses in the 2300 block of Central Avenue, type in
"23" and "Central".
When typing in a street name, you do not need to type in street
directions, such as "N" or "North" for "North Parkway". Likewise, you
do not need to enter the type of thoroughfare, such as "Blvd,", "Ave.",
"St.", etc. Thus, 1765 North Parkway Boulevard will be found if you
type in "1765 Parkway".
Do not type in an apartment number or suite number in the "street name" blank.
Types of Information - Below the blanks in which
you type the name or address a series of check boxes next to the types
of information available to search in The Daily News. You may choose as
many of these boxes as you like by simply clicking on each box with
your mouse. If an "x" appears in the box, then The Daily News will
search that category of information. If you change your mind and want
to remove the "x", simply click again.
Maximum Results - If your search is so broad that
it will return more than 250 results for a given data type, the results
for that type will not be displayed. You will need to refine your
search results. Try being more specific or use the date range feature
to limit the results.