2 die, a child and a woman, when the boat capsizes

Two people, including a 7-year-old boy, were killed after a boat capsized in the Hudson River near the Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum on Tuesday afternoon, Police Commissioner Keechant said. Sewell. “This is a tragic day for New Yorkers,” Sewell said at a news conference around 5:30 pm Tuesday. “In fact, it could have … Read more

Few people in Jackson Heights wear a mask

Both on the streets of Jackson Heights and in its businesses and even at the train station, few people follow the recommendations of the New York City Department of Health to wear masks in closed places due to the increase in Covid cases. Carmen Guava is one of them. “I released that in the band, … Read more

The price of gasoline continues to fall: even in NYC

Good news for car drivers: the price of gasoline is down again. The national average is now $4.72 a gallon for regular fuel, three cents cheaper than it was last Thursday, according to Triple A. That’s also less than last month’s recorded average of $4.95 per gallon. New York prices are a bit higher, with … Read more

Face mask in crowded indoor, outdoor public places

The city’s Health department called on New Yorkers to return to wearing ‘high-quality masks’ when in indoor public places and in groups outside due to the high levels of Covid the City is experiencing again. The department put out a message on social media with examples of the type of masks that should be worn. … Read more

Hearing federal court demand for DACA more than 70 thousand young people

The future of at least 78,000 young immigrants in the United States, including 37,000 in our area, would soon be defined, after immigrant rights organizations filed a class action lawsuit in federal court in New York. “During this time, a year and a half, I haven’t been able to do anything, I haven’t been able … Read more

NYC raises salary to lifeguards to avoid closing some pools

New York City has agreed to raise the wages of lifeguards at municipal beaches and pools from $16 to $19.46 an hour this summer in the face of staffing shortages, which threatened to keep some of these popular entertainment venues closed. to hundreds of people during the hot New York summer. The agreement, reached with … Read more

Brooklyn celebrates immigrants with music and fandango

This weekend will be full of music and party thanks to the free concert Border Fandango that will bring together Arturo O’Farrill with the Afro Latin Jazz Orchestra. Originally, the show was presented in the cities of Tijuana and San Ysidro, on both sides of the border between Mexico and the United States. Border wall … Read more

two dead and one wounded

Two young people died on the night of Monday, July 4, and a third is reported to be near death, after a shooting inside a grocery store in the East New York, Brooklyn area. The deadly incident occurred at the Spring Creek Deli, located at 902 Drew Street, at approximately 11:35 p.m. Police were reviewing … Read more

76 million year old dinosaur skeleton to be auctioned in NYC

The fossilized skeleton of a relative of T. rex that roamed the earth some 76 million years ago is going up for auction in New York this month, Sotheby’s announced Tuesday. The Gorgosaurus skeleton will be highlighted at Sotheby’s natural history auction on July 28, the auction house said. In a message on social networks … Read more

What to do in NYC for family fun this 4th of July

To wrap up this festive weekend, there are many fun and exciting events spread throughout the city and these are just a few of them. The Seaport Beach festival continues today, with live music performances, food stalls and makeshift bars. The full program can be found on the seaport portal: seaport.nyc You can also step … Read more