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Rat-Hating NYC Mayor Has Unpaid Ticket for Rodent Infestation

New York City Mayor Eric Adams’ war on rats could start at home. The New York Daily News reports that Adams had an unpaid summons for a rodent infestation at his Brooklyn home—even as he is searching for a “rat czar” who can come up with a plan to drive the creatures out of the city. His spokesman said the mayor “spent thousands of dollars to remediate an infestation at his residence in Brooklyn earlier this year and looks forward to appearing... at an upcoming hearing to state as much.” However, the Daily News reports it found no visible rat traps at Adams’ Bedford-Stuyvesant house and did spot garbage bags piled up outside of receptacles.Read it at Daily News
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Woman burned in face in unprovoked Brooklyn subway attack

An unidentified attacker threw caustic liquid on a hospital worker’s face in a Brooklyn subway station Friday, police said. The assailant, also a woman, said nothing as she tossed the substance into the 21-year-old victim’s face at 1 a.m. as the worker exited the Winthrop St. station, a few blocks from her job at Kings County Hospital, cops said. The victim had just gotten off a No. 2 train ...
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15-Year-Old Subway Surfer Dies After Falling Off Train In Manhattan

A 15-year-old boy who was riding on top of a Manhattan subway train fell off the train and died in Brooklyn on Thursday, Dec. 1. The 15-year-old teen boy, identified as Ka’Von Wooden, had been riding on top of a southbound J train on the Williamsburg Bridge as the train approached the Delancey Street/Essex Street station on Thursday morning. At around 11:30 a.m., the boy lost his balance and fell off the train. He then fell underneath the train and made contact with the electrified third rail, NBC News reported.

NYC man who knifed brother to death arrested in Florida, NYPD says

Detectives have tracked down and arrested a 31-year-old Queens man who butchered his older brother and then escaped to Florida, police said Saturday. Henry Gutierrez was hiding out in the Sunshine State for four months before investigators arrested him and brought him back to New York City for killing his older brother Oscar during a heated argument in a Jamaica, Queens, apartment they shared, ...

Prep Roundup: Coleman, CBA win big

Coleman clobbered Ashley 61-9 in Mid-State Activities Conference girls' basketball on Friday, improving to 1-1 overall and 1-0 in the MSAC. The Comets led 26-0 after one quarter and 41-5 at halftime before extending to a 53-7 advantage through three quarters. Maddy Miller led Coleman with 20 points, five assists, and five steals, while Savanah Doke had 16 points, Brooklynn Lattimer had seven points, Timmea Middleton and Autumn Sapp each grabbed six rebounds, Kaylee Aultman had five boards and three assists, Amber Nehrig had four assists, Autumn Hess had four steals, and Eliza Lewis added three steals. "The goal coming into today's game was to defend the conference championship from last year. It was good to get in the win column after Wednesday's overtime loss to Beaverton," said Coleman coach Nick Katzinger.

Santa pays a visit to the West Virginia Daily News

LEWISBURG (WVDN) – Santa Claus made a special appearance at the West Virginia Daily News on Thursday, Dec. 1. Good ole’ Saint Nick helped the Daily News welcome children from the community with treats, toys and a special moment with the jolly, big guy. Kids lined up to...
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3 Things to Know Today

1. Are you and your friends, family, workplace or service organization taking part in some philanthropy this Christmas season? Please email Frank Stanko at or call 701-291-3525. Your good deeds might just be recognized in print and online by Daily News and/or News Monitor. Merry Christmas!. 2. Jeffrey A....

Türkiye to complete 30-km-deep security corridor – Erdogan

President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Dec. 3 said Türkiye will. complete the 30-kilometer-deep security strip along its border with. reports citing Daily News. Speaking in southern Shanlıurfa province, Erdogan said that. attacks will not deter the country from its determined stance on. securing its southern border. “You see...

Prep boys' basketball previews

MIDLAND HIGH CHEMICS Coach: Matt Schurman (first season) Last Year: The Chemics finished 13-10 overall, won a district championship, and lost to Petoskey in a regional semifinal Key Losses: Drew Barrie (16.9 ppg, 8.1 rpg); Colin Haddad (8.6 ppg); Matt Hebert Probable Lineup: Jason Davenport (sr. G, 5-10, 10.9 ppg, 4.3 apg); Abe Haddad (sr. G, 6-2); Hudson Gerstacker (sr. F, 6-3); Liam Heinz (soph. G, 5-10), Noah Wall (soph. G, 5-10), and Tommy TerBurgh (sr. F, 6-1) are vying for the other two starting spots

Throwback: S.S. Kresge Co.

The S.S. Kresge Co. opened its Midland store at 102 W. Main Street on March 31, 1955. The Kresge building at Main and Ashman streets, replaced the Reinart building that was destroyed by fire in 1954.

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Chetrit Receives $83 Million in Loans for Collins Park Project

Chetrit Group received a financial boost for their Collins Park Hotel project, earning an $82.5 million construction loan. Kawa, a Hallandale Beach-based international wealth manager, provided the financing, according to a spokesman for Henry Bodek of New York-based Galaxy Capital, who brokered the loan. The new mortgage replaces a $62.5...

The top girls basketball players to watch from MetroWest for the 2022-23 season

The 2022-23 high school sports fall season came and went in a blink it seemed. December is upon us, and with that we find our action moving from the fields into the gymnasiums, rinks and indoor tracks. In the MetroWest coverage area, we have 25 teams with various levels of...