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Mom Apparently Jumps to Death With 7-Year-Old Son
New York Trib
According to law enforcement officials, the pair checked into the penthouse suite of the Gotham Hotel on the 25th floor the night before. They were found on a second-floor balcony
From Casino to Malcolm X: The Colorful History of Harlem’s Malcolm Shabazz Mosque
New York Trib
At 102 West 116th Street in Harlem sits a mosque singularly incorporated into the cityscape. While the property has seen much local history pass through it, it is not landmarked.
UWS Participatory Budgeting Boosts Libraries, Schools, Firehouse
New York Trib
City Councilmembers Helen Rosenthal and Mark Levine announced winners of their respective participatory budgeting efforts where residents decide what’s to be done with around $1 million in discretionary funds in
$85M Apartment on 42nd Street Comes With Two Rolls Royce Phantoms and a Trip to Space
New York Trib
How is Affordable Housing Threatened on the Lower East Side? New Report Offers Clues
New York Trib
Every year, the Association for Neighborhood & Housing Development (ANHD) publishes a report, “How is affordable housing threatened in your neighborhood?” The organization tracks a variety of indicators to come up with
Behind the Scenes at the Washington Heights’ Opulent ‘Wonder Theatre’
New York Trib
Originally known as the Loew’s 175th Street Theatre, the “Cambodian neo-Classical” landmark has served as a church and cultural center since it closed in 1969 and was purchased by televangelist Reverend Ike,
Here Are Fresh Photos and Renderings of the New Essex Street Market
New York Trib
The vendors of the historic Lower East Side institution will move into the new space in September. The expanded facility at 115 Delancey St. is part of the Essex Crossing
87-Year-Old Professor in Extremely Critical Condition After Violent Robbery at UWS Citibank
New York Trib
Police are asking for the public’s help in finding a man who they say assaulted an 87-year-old inside the Citibank at 2560 Broadway between 96th and 97th Streets on Sunday
Bushwick Has the Highest Rate of New Buildings in Brooklyn
New York Trib
Data from the Department of Buildings confirms that last year Bushwick had the highest rate of new buildings per square mile in all of Brooklyn.
Partial Collapse of Gowanus Building Displaces Neighbors
New York Trib
“The house, it collapsed,” homeowner Praim Singh told the Daily News. “Nobody was working there. Nobody started anything … It just collapsed. Just like that.” The building is estimated to be
Sounds of Summer: The Best Summer Concerts in Brooklyn
New York Trib
The music scene is hot this summer. Brooklyn’s brutal winter is finally over, so it is time to get outside and hear some music!
Bushwick Rezoning Request on DeKalb Avenue Protested by Community, Councilman
New York Trib
A councilman representing Bushwick has ordered a building developer to go back to the drawing board with its request to turn a parking lot into a nine-story residential tower amid
Endless Possibilities for Last Undeveloped Piece of Brooklyn Bridge Park
New York Trib
When it’s built out, the undeveloped site will serve as a connector between the north and south portions of the park. For now, the fenced-in site at 11 Water St.
Design Firm Calls for Floating Bridge Between LIC and Greenpoint
New York Trib
A Brooklyn-based design and architecture firm has put forth a concept for a floating pedestrian bridge and beautified corridor between Greenpoint and Long Island City. The project, called the “Longpoint
Historic Industry City Building Gets Colorful, Memphis-Inspired Refresh
New York Trib
Artist Camille Walala has transformed an old Industry City building with a pop of Memphis-inspired color that enlivens the streetscape.
Brooklyn Paper: Your guide to summer movies outdoors
New York Trib
Trade in your Netflix queue for popcorn in the park! Brooklyn’s parks and gardens will light up with outdoor movies all summer long — and there is something for everyone,
Pols: Let Unauthorized Immigrants Drive Legally
New York Trib
Should unauthorized immigrants be allowed to apply for driver’s licenses? Without question, some Queens leaders say. “Having access to a driver’s license is a basic human right and not a
5Pointz Artists’ Lawsuit Could Prove a Warning to Developers
New York Trib
5Pointz was demolished in August 2014. The 23 artists filed a lawsuit in federal court claiming that the developer had violated the Visual Artists Rights Act, which protects public art
Man Assaulted in Sunnyside, Head Slashed With Knife
New York Trib
The suspect and an accomplice allegedly cut the victim’s head with a knife and thumped him the face inside his 43-06 45th Street apartment at about 4:10 p.m. on Wednesday,
Sweet Haus Cafe in Flushing Closed by Health Department
New York Trib
Sweet Haus Cafe, located at 143-01 45th Ave., was closed after it received 106 sanitary violation points in an inspection on May 8.
Man Burglarizes 79-Year-Old’s Apartment
New York Trib
The suspect allegedly walked into an apartment building near 31st Avenue and 37th Street at around 7:45 p.m., forced open the victim’s front door, and grabbed a television, briefcase and hat,
Man Found Dead After Fire in Elmhurst Building With Multiple Housing Violations
New York Trib
Emergency responders were called to the fire at 40-46 Case Street at around 5:13 a.m. on Friday. The legal two family home had been converted to multiple units on the
Man Punched in Face on 7 Train as It Approached 46th Street/Bliss Station
New York Trib
The suspect struck the victim, a 29-year-old man, without provocation at around 11:45 p.m. on Tuesday, May 8, police said. The attacker allegedly then exited the train at the 46th
Rockaway Residents Upset About a New Homeless Shelter Coming Their Way
New York Trib
Rockaway residents say they feel “overburdened” after the NYC Department of Homeless Services (DHS) informed Community Board 14 that 962 homeless individuals will be placed on the peninsula. At the
Charter School to Open $20 Million Bronx Location
New York Trib
Harlem-based Neighborhood Charter School just received city approval to develop a 58,000-square-foot facility in Mott Haven with classrooms for 630 students spanning kindergarten through eighth grade.
NYPD Asset Seizure Data Reveals Millions in Unclaimed Cash, Legal Settlement Shows
New York Trib
The NYPD turned over about 160,000 documents showing the money and property it’s seized mainly from arrests, according to an agreement officially reached Monday with the Bronx Defenders. As part
Learn to Ride a Bike at Shoelace Park (5/19)
New York Trib
Bring the kids, a bike, and a helmet for this free fun event! Show your kids, ages 5 or older, how to ride a two-wheeler. Learn to Ride on May 19,
Bomb Scare In Throggs Neck
New York Trib
A bomb scare shut down part of Westchester Square on Thursday, May 3 around 3 p.m. at the 2700 block of East Tremont Avenue. Traffic was resumed a few minutes after
Private Trash Hauler Faces Backlash Over Safety Violations
New York Trib
A private waste hauling company based in Hunts Point is taking heat from unions, workers, and environmental, neighborhood and immigrant groups, after one of its trucks ran over and killed
The History of Vernon C. Bain Correctional Center, the City’s Floating Jail
New York Trib
The Vernon C. Bain Correctional Center, an 800-bed prison barge, sits off the coast of Hunts Point and has been intermittently used since 1992.
Long-Sought Pedestrian Bridge for Van Cortlandt Park Still Short $9 Million
New York Trib
For nearly two decades, community members have clamored for a bridge traversing the Major Deegan Expressway where it cuts into and splits the park. The project has been in discussion since 1999,
In the Bronx, 214 Affordable Apartments Up for Grabs From $865/month
New York Trib
A new housing development taking shape at 4511 & 4439 Third Avenue in the Bronx, as well as at 2256 Bathgate Avenue, has launched the lottery for 218 affordable studios through three-bedrooms.
Hit-And-Run on Verrazano-Narrows Bridge Creates Traffic Delays
New York Trib
Emergency units responded Saturday evening to a hit-and-run crash on the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge, which created a backup on the Staten Island Expressway, according to an FDNY spokesman.
Port Authority’s New $1.5B Goethals Bridge Set to Reopen on Monday
New York Trib
The $1.5 billion cable-stayed bridge replaces its old steel truss cantilever predecessor, with more lanes and shoulders that make it easier for emergency vehicles to respond to accidents.
Body Reported at Great Kills Park Beach
New York Trib
Emergency officials have been summoned to Great Kills Park at Gateway National Recreation Area Thursday morning after a body was reported on the beach, according to sources at the scene.
High Schooler Running for Staten Island Assembly Seat
New York Trib
Nicholas Robbins, an 18-year-old Republican, is seeking to challenge Assemblyman Michael Cusick for his Mid-Island seat. Robbins said that he decided to run for the seat after President Donald Trump began
Staten Island Couple Discovers Safe With Treasure Worth $52,000 in Their Backyard
New York Trib
Intersection Near Special Ed School Among the City’s Most Dangerous, Study Says
New York Trib
The Richard H. Hungerford School in Stapleton, which serves District 75 students from seventh to 12th grade, is located less than 150 feet from the intersection of Tompkins and Vanderbilt avenues (one
NYPD Officer Accused of Attempted Robbery and Assault
New York Trib
Officer Kevin Williams, 34, was taken into custody while off-duty at 12:13 a.m. in the 120th Precinct. The officer allegedly was drunk when he snatched a woman’s purse and knocked
Prominent Staten Island Doctor Sentenced for Taking Bribes in Test-Referral Scheme
New York Trib
Messo, who headed the medical society here from June 2007 through June 2008, admitted to being paid about $3,000 per month for his lab referrals, which generated at least $828,000