South Park Place and South Street CrosswalkNov. 2021, Google Maps. If you live in Morristown and regularly walk around the green, you are probably aware of the dangers at the crosswalk intersection of S. Park Pl and South Street. Pedestrians are commonly in the crosswalk while the traffic light is green, narrowly missing cars as they rush across the street. Drivers speeding, running red and yellow lights, and not looking out for pedestrians are all too common.
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NYC Daily Roundup 12/03: 5 cases of omicron variant discovered in NY, Dermot Shea stepping down from NYPD & more news
(Mario Tama/Getty Images) (NEW YORK) Happy Friday, fellow New Yorkers! Today is Friday, Dec. 3, and this is the New York City Daily Roundup, the best way to capture the latest news from across the five boroughs.
A boy who lives in Bronx, New York, has gone above and beyond in his efforts to socialize shelter dogs and make them adoptable. He has been named ASPCA Kid of the Year because he wouldn’t let anything come between him and the dogs he reads to regularly.
Chase Sapphire bank has awarded the Montclair Diner with a grant of $50,000. The restaurant was nominated by a longtime customer who recognized just how much the diner had given back to families and charities during the pandemic.
Verona, NJ: Instagram Photos Lead to Mailman’s Arrest After Stealing Stimulus Checks and Credit Cards
“Within Individual 3’s Instagram account were numerous conversations involving several Instagram users regarding stolen mail as well as a group conversation discussing stimulus checks issued by the United States Treasury. One participant posted a photo as part of the conversation which depicted approximately 21 stolen US Treasury checks. A review of those checks by law enforcement revealed that 18 of the 21 checks were for recipients in Verona, all with residences located on postal routes covered on a regular basis by Parrish Brookins.” ~ Special Agent Paul Kim, US Postal Service.
Our youth today are facing many challenges in our ever-changing world. One of the challenges many teens are battling is the perception of them when exposing their sexuality. 14-year old New Yorker Edmond Tillman, who has three sisters, was one of those teens.
Zion Jenkins of East OrangeEssex County Correctional Facility. “During the recovery of the vehicle, East Orange Police apprehended Jenkins and the juvenile who were observed exiting the vehicle. It is alleged that Jenkins was in possession of a semi-automatic handgun.” ~ Theodore N. Stephens, II, Acting Essex County Prosecutor.
11-year-old Evan Bisnauth is like any other kid in Bronx, New York. With varying interests that keep him busy, however, nothing keeps him away from his passion: helping unadoptable shelter dogs get acclimated so that they can find their forever homes. However, Evan doesn't just help these dogs by petting them and paying attention to them, Evan goes above and beyond by reading to them.
Searching for a few great ideas for NYC Boat Tours you can go on this year? You’ve reached the right page. New York is a city that’s famous for several things. First, it’s full of locations that people, New York natives and visitors alike, seek out and frequent. Times Square, Central Park, and Broadway are perfect examples of these places.
Steven Franco, 18 of CaldwellCaldwell Police Department. "Mr. Franco was arrested without incident on Bloomfield Avenue with the assistance of a Retired Caldwell Police Lieutenant who observed him operating his dirt bike recklessly and recognized him from a previous release by the Caldwell Police Department. " ~ Caldwell Poice Chief James H. Bongiorno.
Bocado is the perfect neighbourhood restaurant and wine bar for a cozy date night or enjoyable evening with family. We loved the inviting and intimate setting, engaging bar area, and delicious menu featuring modern American fare, and high quality ingredients.
I walk from Central Park at Tavern on the Green to the Columbus Circle Holiday Market in 2021. Tavern on the Green is an American restaurant which also has incredible decorations and an amazing Christmas tree. The Columbus Circle Holiday Market features many different stalls including food, accessories, scents, and more! All the stalls are independent small businesses and are selected before they can participate.
voco the Franklin New York, an IHG HotelDaniel Haddad. IHG Hotels & Resorts is a favourite of our family all over the world so we were excited to hear they have introduced a new hotel brand, voco Hotels. voco combines the trust of a big hospitality group with the informality and charm of a boutique hotel. Franklin Hotel, located at the heart of the Upper East Side, embodies this ethos and brings a unique and comfortable neighbourhood experience to the discerning traveler. The vintage style entrance and elegant yet cozy lobby set a perfect ambiance for welcoming our family to the characteristic boutique establishment. We were greeted by friendly and personable staff and a locally made cookie while the smooth check-in process took place. The building feels historic but with many updates to ensure luxury and comfort throughout your stay. Step into the nostalgic elevator and travel to your comfortable and cozy guest room. Only the highest quality plush bedding and bathroom amenities are used and the staff even went out of their way to set up NYC themed colouring books and snacks to welcome our kids to the city.
A brand new affordable housing development in the Morris Heights section of The Bronx is now accepting applications for sixty of its units. Called Jerome Avenue Apartments, the development is located at 1769 Jerome Avenue at 176th Street, directly in front of the 176th Street Station on the 4 line, and is yet another development made possible by the massive Jerome Avenue Rezoning which was approved back in 2018.
The countdown to the Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree Lighting 2021. The tree is 79 feet tall, weighing nearly 12 tons, and is close to eight decades old. It comes from Maryland and donated by the Price Family. I nearly got blocked but managed to get the view!
NYC Daily Roundup 12/02: Rockefeller Center lights up Christmas tree, second Omicron case detected in US & more news
(Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images) (NEW YORK) Welcome to the New York City Daily Roundup — the best way to keep up with local news across the five boroughs. Today is Thursday, Dec. 2, and with the Rockefeller Christmas Tree lit up for the first time, it's beginning to look a lot like Christmas!
You see a lot of strange things in New York City. Sometimes, those strange things frighten you. Sometimes, those strange things delight you. Take a pigeon, for example. Pigeons are ubiquitous in New York City. You see them everywhere, and you barely notice them. But pigeons can surprise you.
The Uber competitor announced that they are withdrawing from the New York Stock Exchange after just a few months. The political pressure at home had increased extremely in the past few months.
In this video, JamesandKarla are decorating their New York City studio for the holidays and their dog, Hudson opens a pizza box to have some #HolidayJoy of his own! The pizza is from a local family-owned pizzeria, Joe's Pizza, which was founded in Greenwich Village in 1975.