Jersey City agreed to a six-figure amount in settlement after a federal lawsuit was filed for police brutality. The victim, a man was heavily beaten by cops that his eye was damaged during a 2016 arrest.
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In the day of age of countless players reaching free agency in Major League Baseball, it is not often that we get to witness an elite player sign a very team-friendly contract extension to remain with their team. However, we witnessed that today with the New York Mets.
In 1972, Harlem was full of talent, creativity, opportunity, and hard-working people. Harlem consisted of mainly low-income, black families and vacant lots sprinkled the borough. Drug addiction ran rampant, the borough was plagued with poverty and had one of the highest crime rates in New York. In the midst of the art, culture, and fashion coming out of Harlem, came unspeakable terror.
Far Right News Media Dramatically Labels New Courthouse Statue, “Pro-Abortion Satanic Golden Medusa.”
They say that beauty is in the eye of the beholder, and that art is the communication of intimate concepts that cannot be faithfully portrayed by words alone. Certainly, the new golden eight-foot female sculpture now on the roof of the state courthouse in New York City has a few things to communicate.
Construction on bridges in Newark, Rt. 20 in Paterson, Rt. 4 in Englewood, Main Street in Springfield, Rt. 124 in Union Township, and Rt. 17 in Ramsey. There’s a lot of construction, road closure, and traffic updates for northern Jersey today, so let’s get right to it.
The iconic vegan diner is closing up shop after 12 years of service. The Brooklyn-based restaurant, Champs Diner, recently announced plans to permanently close its doors this coming weekend. Known for its veganized diner fare, Champs Diner has been a favored restaurant for over a decade. Its popularity even led to a short-lived second location, Champs Jr., in Greenpoint several years back. Champs Diner has remained a New York mainstay, filling the sidewalks with a line of new and repeat customers each weekend. The all-vegan eatery shared the news of its upcoming closure on Instagram and Facebook earlier in the week.
The Bronx has quite the image in many people's minds, whether locally or across the world, but there are many actual real things, people, facts, and history about the northernmost borough of New York City that many people don't know.
In this video, JameandKarla drive through Mott Haven in the South Bronx, while their adorable dog Hudson watches out car window.
According to an indictment, a contractor from Long Island is suspected of stealing millions from Hurricane Sandy victims and utilizing the money for personal purchases, particularly a number of luxury cars.
In this video, JamesandKarla drive in Hunts Point in The South Bronx, which was known for its high crime rate & poverty and was the setting for the 1981 crime movie drama "Fort Apache: The Bronx".
Mayor Adams is now stating New York City’s “right to shelter” policy is not applicable to the tens of thousands of migrants who have flooded into the city. His comments on the WABC radio program "Sid & Friends" came as New York City struggles to find housing for an inundation of asylum seekers. The sanctuary city has begged for monetary relief as the mayor estimates the cost of shelter for to be in the 2 billion dollar range.
Nellie Bly goes undercover at Blackwell Island to expose the truth, America's first woman investigative journalist.
Roosevelt Island, New York, was once known as Blackwell's Island, a home for the mentally insane, the poor, and incarcerated, once nicknamed Welfare Island, located in New York on the East River between Manhattan and Queens. It got the name Blackwell from its previous owners, the Blackwells, who owned the island in the 1700s, and in 1828 they sold the island to the City of New York.
On Monday, officials stated four of the migrants who were bused into New York City from Texas were arrested for shoplifting thousands of dollars in merchandise from a Nassau County Macys.
Electricity was first used in the United States of America in the late 19th century. The first city to use electricity was New York City, which began using electric power in 1882 to light its streets.
New York City Mayor Eric Adams is not holding back and sharing what the Biden administration needs to fix. Adams bluntly said, why don’t I know who is in charge of the border?
New York City, also known as "The City That Never Sleeps," is a popular destination for tourists from all over the world. With its diverse neighborhoods, world-renowned landmarks, and endless entertainment options, there's something for everyone in this bustling metropolis. However, navigating the city can be overwhelming, especially for first-time visitors. That's why we've compiled a list of the top tips for tourists visiting NYC to help make your trip as smooth and enjoyable as possible.
BRONX - Police released new photos of one of the men suspected of running over a police officer during a brazen getaway in the Bronx in November. At around 10 pm on November 22, officers in an unmarked police car saw a man changing license plates to a gray 2007 BMW M5 in front of 2287 Loring Avenue. The officers parked slightly in front of the BMW and another unmarked patrol car parked slightly behind.