Suspect Sprays Candlelight Vigil with Gunfire

August 5, 2019

NEW YORK CITY – Four people stood at a candlelight vigil mourning a loss when an unidentified gunman opened fire on the group. All four people suffered wounds. The incident occurred on a Brooklyn street in the early morning hours according to local police authorities. T .... Read More

Millions Support New York Pride Parade

July 1, 2019

NEW YORK CITY, NY – Millions of New Yorkers flooded the streets of the city on Sunday in what was being described as the single biggest Pride parade in the history of th .... Read More

Man Charged After Killing Burglars

May 29, 2019

Police have arrested a 64-year-old New York state man who shot and killed a pair of burglars who were going through his stuff on Tuesday. According to police, the man used an illegally owned in the shooting. New York State Police charged Ronald A. Stolarczyk with felony p .... Read More

21-year-old actress hit and killed by train

April 22, 2019

NEW YORK CITY, NY - An oncoming train hit a woman at a New York City subway stop early Saturday morning. Officials identified the victim as 21-year-old Helen McDonald-Phalon. Additionally, Helen was an aspiring actress. She moved to New York from South Carolina to pu .... Read More

The “Highs” and Lows of Marijuana Legalization in Tri-State Area

March 26, 2019

New York, NY – A big question lingering in the Tri-State area is the status of marijuana. Unexpectedly, in Trenton, New Jersey on Monday the planned vote to legalize marijuana was cancelled. Meanwhile, in Hartford, Connecticut a law committee gave it the go signal. However, in New York, legalizing marijuana is still in a .... Read More

$317M Public Library Project Approved!

March 6, 2019

NEW YORK, NY – The Landmarks Commission of New York has approved a $317 million-dollar plan! The most striking aspect of this plan is a new entrance to the Read More

Making the Grade: NYC Food Trucks and Carts

February 6, 2019

NEW YORK CITY, NY – The city Department of Health just issued letter grades to carts and food trucks in New York City. For some, this was the first grades they’ve received. Apparently, only a couple dozen carts and trucks currently have grades. In fact, .... Read More

Firefighter Falls to Death Responding to Accident

January 7, 2019

NEW YORK, NY – After responding to an accident in Brooklyn, a New York City firefighter fell from an overpass and later died from his injuries. The firefighter was identified as Steven H. Pollard. After he fell from the overpass – which was a drop of more than 50 feet – he was taken to Kings County Ho .... Read More

New York City – A New Home for Amazon

December 12, 2018

NEW YORK, NY – Pitting city versus city, Amazon was looking for a location for their second headquarters. After a long week, New York City Economic Development Corporation publicly announced that Long Island City, Queens will be Amazon’s new home. Jeff Bozos, the CEO of Ama .... Read More

What Attracts Big Tech Companies to New York?

November 15, 2018

New York City, New York - In the summer of 2013, Michael Bloomberg, the former mayor of New York, announced that Spotify would open an office in the city. The announcement by Spotify, a music streaming service based in Sweden,  served as validation for the mayor’s efforts to make New York City a  hot spot for tech companies. Two giant tec .... Read More

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