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SNAP food stamp benefits to increase Oct. 1
STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. -- The national Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, otherwise known as SNAP, will increase in October, according to a report by AL.com. Based on the cost of living adjustment, SNAP benefits will increase by an average of slightly more than 3% for 12 months, beginning Oct. 1. A...
Unlicensed migrants, unregistered cars turn NYC shelter neighborhood into demolition derby
Migrants staying at a pair of Staten Island shelters have turned the neighborhood into a demolition derby — with reckless unlicensed drivers behind the wheels of unregistered cars, fed-up neighbors told The Post. Residents on Victory Boulevard were awoken suddenly at 4:30 a.m. on a recent Sunday when an unlicensed driver of a car without plates slammed into a parked car, launching it into one parked in front of it, totaling both. “It’s like the Wild West,” said nearby resident John Aspinall, who heads the Travis Neighborhood Watch group. Elected officials and residents have been protesting the Travis shelters since they...
NYC man, 76, washing his car pummelled by armed thieves before getting his ride stolen: NYPD
Two thieves held an elderly Brooklyn man at gunpoint as they tried to steal his wallet, punching him multiple times before stealing his ride, police said. The victim, 76, had been washing his car at Evergreen Avenue and Palmetto Street in Bushwick around 4:30 p.m. Sept. 14 when he was approached from behind. A 16-year-old was busted for the crime later in the day, cops said. The silver car was apprehended later the same day in East New York and the teen driver was charged with robbery, menacing, criminal possession of a weapon and harassment. His name wasn’t released because of his age. Cops released a photo of his accomplice and are on the hunt for him. He was last seen wearing a black t-shirt, blue jeans and a blue bandana around his neck, cops said. Anyone with information in regard to this incident is asked to call the NYPD’s Crime Stoppers Hotline at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477) or for Spanish, 1-888-57-PISTA (74782). The public can also submit their tips by logging onto the Crime Stoppers website at https://crimestoppers.nypdonline.org/, on Twitter @NYPDTips.
Neighbors mourn Staten Island grandfather butchered breaking up fight among neighbors; ‘Friends with everybody’
A beloved 81-year-old Staten Island man butchered as he tried to break up a fight among his neighbors was remembered Saturday as the “grandfather” of his street by residents struggling to wrap their minds around the bloody carnage that took his life. “It’s heartbreaking. The guy never harmed a fly,” a resident of Sunnyside Terrace said of Frank Pompilii, who was stabbed to death allegedly by a ...
Tropical Storm Ophelia Wreaks Havoc in Tri-State Area with Severe Weather and Potential Flooding
Tropical Storm Ophelia is causing serious problems in the Tri-State Area. The harsh weather conditions are impacting locals and their businesses. Reports from CBS News highlight that New York City is struggling. It's colder than usual with temperatures below 60 degrees, accompanied by rain and wind reaching 36 mph. This has severely disrupted outdoor activities and made travel difficult.
Jersey City councilman, two community leaders call for public safety director to resign after video release of fatal police shooting
A Jersey City councilman and two community leaders are calling for city Public Safety Director James Shea to resign after they viewed video of the deadly police shooting of an emotionally disturbed man last month. The calls by Bergen Lafayette Councilman Frank Gilmore, along with Lincoln High Principal Chris Gadsden...
Tragic Accident in West New York: Scooterist Loses Life at Intersection
Tragic Accident in West New York: Scooterist Loses Life at Intersection. In a recent unfortunate incident on September 19th in West New York, a scooterist lost his life after failing to stop at a signposted intersection. The accident occurred around 5:30 p.m. at the crossroads of 65th Street and Dewey Avenue.
Going Back to the Union City of Young Bob Menendez
Bob Menendez on Friday issued two statements about his indictment. Both were defiant – he’s not quitting – and both mentioned his Latino roots. “It is not lost on me how quickly some are rushing to judge a Latino and push him out of his seat. I am not going anywhere.”
Jersey City Man Shot By Police Charged At Them Wielding Large Knife, Videos Show
Family members, friends and others have spent the time since the Aug. 27 incident calling city police murderers, accusing authorities of withholding information and demanding what they say is accountability for Andrew Washington’s death. During a protest outside City Hall on Wednesday, Sept.,20, they claimed that they were deliberately...
Weekly Safety Report: Harassment and Financial Fraud Shake Hoboken, New Jersey
This week in Hoboken, New Jersey, two incidents have raised concerns regarding safety in the community. The first incident involves a resident, Matt Majer, who pleaded guilty to sending unsolicited packages containing racially charged, sexually explicit, and threatening messages to elected officials and private citizens. The second incident involves a former employee who pleaded guilty to swindling $2.1 million from a Hoboken-based liquor company owned by rapper 50 Cent. These incidents have caused alarm and prompted officials to address the issue of harassment and financial fraud within the community.
NYC Department of Corrections and NYPD educate parents on gang warning signs
Parents, worship leaders, and gang intelligence officers gathered Saturday at the Refuge Church of God in Bed-Stuy to help identify warning signs that children might be affiliated with a gang.
NJ passenger whose plane plummeted 28K feet endures second nightmare with on-flight medical emergency
Maybe she should start taking a boat. A Jersey City woman whose flight to Rome last week was rerouted to Newark after unexpectedly descending nearly 30,000 feet in roughly 8 minutes suffered through another scare in the sky on her return trip. Tato Lovere was onboard flight UA 509 from Rome to Newark Tuesday when an hour into the flight, a stewardess put out a call for help for any passengers with medical experience. About 10 passengers quickly crowded near the back of the Boeing 777 before the pilot announced the plane would be making an emergency landing for a person experiencing medical...
A Toast to Hoboken: 5 Pubs That Define the City's Spirit
In this article, we're exploring five exceptional pubs in Hoboken. Have you had the chance to visit any of them? If yes, we'd love to hear your experiences! Please share your thoughts in the comments section below.
Citbike Rider Carjacked at Gunpoint in Chelsea
NEW YORK, NY – An unidentified individual simulated a firearm and stole a Citi Bike… The post Citbike Rider Carjacked at Gunpoint in Chelsea appeared first on Shore News Network.
House Explosion in New Jersey Results in Five Hospitalized, Sixth Casualty Declines Treatment
A New Jersey house collapsed following a severe explosion on Friday night, leading to a multi-town rescue effort. Six people were pulled from the debris; five of them were flown out to Morristown Medical Center, St. Joseph’s University Medical Center, Cooperman Barnabas Medical Center, and Hackensack University Medical Center. The sixth person declined medical treatment.
At least 1 injured when car slams into Brooklyn restaurant
It happened around 8:45 p.m. Saturday near the intersection of Rockaway Parkway and Seaview Avenue in Canarsie.
Every NYC borough gets a free MTA bus route starting Sunday
Riders on the B60, M116, Q4, S46/96 and BX18 are in for a treat. [ more › ]
Machete-wielding 83-year-old stabs couple in NYC, leaving man to get about 30 stitches: NYPD
An 83-year-old who allegedly slashed two people with a machete — leaving a 5-inch gash in one man’s neck — during an argument at a raucous party in Williamsburg was walking around the place “like a samurai,” cops and one of the victims said. “There was no altercation, no disagreement. I was actually watching a YouTube video on an iPad with my buddy, and all of a sudden I feel something hit me in the back of my head. And then a girl came out of the bathroom, and he hit her too,” Brian Espinal, 35, told The Post, adding he knew the elderly suspect from...
Weehawken Day 2023 Rescheduled Due to Weather Concerns
Important Notice: Weehawken Day 2023 Postponed Due to Weather Concerns. Weehawken, NJ – The Township of Weehawken has announced an important update regarding the much-anticipated Weehawken Day 2023. Due to unfavorable weather conditions predicted for September 23 and 24, 2023, the event has been postponed to ensure the safety and well-being of all participants.
After bidding war, two-family home in N.J. sells for $155K above asking price: Here’s why the buyer wanted it
Usually when a house needs updating it turns some buyers away. A two-family home in Bayonne that recently hit the market needed a “major overhaul to bring it up to today’s standards,” said listing agent Carla Colucci of Re/Max Dreams. There was carpet every where, in every...