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Manhattan Rolls The Dice On A New Casino

July 25, 2022

You ever been in a casino? Do you know how exhilarating it is to be gambiling? Must be a little risky as well. But furthermore, it might turn out in a large win. At least, that's what developers are hoping for. The idea of casinos being a NYC institution is a relatively new idea. It would be more normalized if it was at Atl .... Read More

Supreme Court Overturn Of Abortion Law Rattles Governor Kathy Hochul

June 24, 2022

So it actually happened. The whole wide world-wide web and entirety of the USA is stunned as the Supreme Court bent under pressure and just ultimately decided to be ridiculous enough so as to just make it illegal for Americans, and therefore New Yorkers, to go for an abortion. While this is upsetting on so many levels, it's .... Read More

Revel Crash Shuts Down 34th St.

May 25, 2022

A crash in Midtown caused delays and rerouting on 34th Street on Tuesday. A speeding Revel driver hit a UPS truck and proceeded to crash into a tourist bus. The Revel car was destroyed, and one person was transported to a nearby hospital. The crash occurred at Heritage Sq .... Read More

DEC Punishes Idling Trucks

April 28, 2022

The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation is cracking down on idling trucks. The DEC announced an enforcement blitz last week that would attempt to cut down on diesel truck emissions. The DEC also announced an increase in diesel fuel vehicle inspections for the week. The weeklong blitz echoed a commitment .... Read More

Route 17 Upgrade Under Review

March 15, 2022

New York's Route 17 has for years been the target of much debate. The highway spans nearly 400 miles of downstate New York, serving as a major commuter highway and tourist thoroughfare; yet, it only spans two lanes on either side. Because of this, congestion has become a major problem on NY-17. < .... Read More

Cyber Crime Better Watch Out: a Security Operation Center is in Town

February 23, 2022

Cyber crime threats and attacks have prompted New York City Mayor Eric Adams and New York Governor Kathy Hochul to unveil the new Joint Security Operations Center (JSOC). It will bolster New York State's ability to combat these serious and pressing issues. Mayors from other New York cities will be involved as well. Read More

Food Delivery Workers and Ride-Share Drivers Coalition Demands Rights

February 2, 2022

Food delivery workers in New York City are really fresh off winning rights to transparency in tipping. Plus the use of restaurant bathrooms. They have, in fact, joined with ride-share drivers Tuesday to go forward and press for more protections. These include better wages, health care, and the right to unionize. Read More

Mayor Eric Adams Considers Virtual Education for Students

January 14, 2022

Mayor Eric Adams is thinking of allowing the nation's largest school district to return to some form of virtual instruction. This is in an East Coast city and state do weather a wave of Corona Virus cases. This is a reversal from his pledge a week ago to keep children in schools. Read More

Bill Prohibiting Fossil Fuel Combustion in New Buildings is Signed

December 23, 2021

A bill was just signed into a local law that would mandate the phasing out of combustion of fuel fuels in new buildings. It would accelerate the construction of all-electric buildings in an East Coast state and city. Bill Sets Standard and Major Shift Using Ene .... Read More

First U.S. Vaccine Mandate For Private Companies Approaches

December 6, 2021

First in the nation vaccine for private companies in an East Coast city and state, announced Mayor Bill de Blasio today. Bold steps are needed to be taken according to de Blasio. He said it is the combination of the omicron variant. Three weeks are being given to the businesses. That is to make absolutely sure their workers .... Read More

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