The city closes the recently opened migrant center

The city is closing a complex of migrant tents that just opened three weeks ago as the influx of people transported by bus from the southern border states has slowed, according to official reports. Randall’s Island Temporary Rescue Center will close next week and its occupants will be offered space in a new rescue center … Read more

The man dies after being hit by a FedEx truck in Brooklyn

A man lost his life Wednesday night after 9:00 am when he tried to cross the intersection of Coney Island and Caton Avenue in Brooklyn. The man was hit by the driver of a van that according to the police belongs to the Fedex company, and then he fled. The victim, who has not yet … Read more

One million dollar prize sold in Manhattan

Powerball fever has plagued all New Yorkers who forgot the Mega Millions draw on Tuesday night, and although no one took the juicy $ 154 million bag, a $ 1 million ticket was sold in Manhattan. Paradoxically, the winning ticket was obtained in the Financial District, one of the most expensive areas of the city … Read more

Letitia James elected Fiscal General for the second time

Democrat Letitia James was elected for a second term as New York Attorney General, a position from which she pursued former President Donald Trump and a list of powerful targets. “We send a message to the most powerful companies and people who believe they are above the law that they are not and that this … Read more

The fire at the NYCHA building leaves several injured

Two people were injured in a fire in a NYCHA building in East Harlem. The fire occurred yesterday around 1:00 pm in an apartment located in the NYCHA “Wagner Houses” complex, at 2375 First Avenue. The emergency was met with a large mobilization of firefighters who controlled the fire in less than an hour. The … Read more

New Yorkers urged to get vaccinated against the triple threat of the virus

Dr Manuel Silva, a family physician at Joseph Addabb Community Clinic in Far Rockaway, Queens, urges his patients to get a flu shot as health experts warn of a possible double pandemic this fall and winter with COVID-19. still present. Maurizio Silva, says: “I recommend that you get vaccinated, the vaccines are free and are … Read more

Two girls recover after being run over in Brooklyn

Two girls were hit by a car yesterday as they crossed the street with a family member in Brooklyn. Fortunately, the children suffered only minor injuries. According to police, two cousins, ages 6 and 8, were crossing the street at the intersection of 57th Street and 7th Avenue in Sunset Park around 2pm yesterday when … Read more

“I hope whoever wins is someone in need”: on Powerball

Tonight’s Powerball jackpot is $ 1.9 billion, the largest in the country’s lottery history. The figure continues to rise after Saturday was the 40th consecutive draw without a winner. The winner will have the cash option, which most winners accept, of $ 929 million. The next draw will take place on Monday evening. New Yorkers … Read more

New York celebrates 105 years of women’s suffrage

And as we prepare for Tuesday’s mid-term elections, it is also time to remember an important anniversary that marked a milestone in the history of women’s rights. And it is that yesterday marked 105 years since women got the right to vote in upstate New York. On November 6, 105 years ago, New York changed … Read more

The Latins are called to vote in the elections on Tuesday

“Go vote. In this country, the future of communities is decided at the polls, ”said the speaker. A few days before the mid-term elections in New York, encouraging Latins to go out and exercise their vote was the mission of elected officials along with community organizations, including NALEO, the Hispanic Federation, Latino Justice and Dominicans … Read more