Shot while on a corner of Cypress Hills

In Brooklyn, a man is fighting for his life after being shot in the leg. According to police, shortly after 2 p.m. Friday, a man in his 28s was shot at the corner of McKinley and Sheridan avenues in the Cypress Hills sector. A Citizen App video captured the scene right after the shooting. Emergency […]

All public schools in New York return to the classroom

Hundreds of thousands of public school students are returning to classrooms today amid concerns about contagion prevention measures in place for school authorities. This week, the school directors’ union expressed that it does not trust the Chancellor of Education Carranza or the mayor de Blasio. We have the report, direct from Jackson Heights, with more […]

Open an outdoor ice rink in Prospect Park

In Brooklyn, an outdoor ice skating rink in welcomes patrons this holiday season. The track located in Prospect Park, in the LeFrak Center area, near the lake, opened this Friday. It will be running at limited capacity and skating sessions will be limited to an hour and a half due to the pandemic. The track […]

Latest Coronavirus Figures in New York State

The average percentage of people who have tested positive for the coronavirus in the city continues to rise. In recent days, recent measurements indicate that positive cases increased to 3 point 33 percent, according to city data. This compared to the 3 point 19 percent registered yesterday. More than 1,500 new infections of covid-19 were […]

Superma cut

The nation’s highest court temporarily locks limits on the number of people that can gather in places of worship, in red and orange zones, set in early fall by Governor Cuomo. For some Washington Heights parishioners, it is more important to be cautious. This is what Anery Ramos thinks: – “I disagree because if it […]

Divorce! The Czech biathlete did not rush to the light with the novelty

Eva Kristejn Puskarčíková during the women’s 7.5 km sprint in the World Cup this March in Nové Město na Moravě. Vlastimil Vacek, Right “Yes, it’s true,” Puskarčíková confirmed to Bleska the end of the marriage. Without further details … The 29-year-old competitor did not officially announce anything before that, everything resulted from the information system […]

New York mourns the death of its former mayor David Dinkins

David Dinkins broke the racial barrier and made history in 1989 by becoming the first African-American mayor of New York City. It was the greatest achievement in his long career in public service. Dinkins grew up in Trenton, New Jersey and Harlem, the son of a businessman and a housemaid. Dinkins joined the Navy and […]

De Blasio announces operation for travelers arriving in NYC

During his regular press conference, Bill de Blasio dedicated some moving words to the memory of the late Mayor David Dinkins. He announced that the Municipality has a new agreement with Verizon that will provide broadband internet to an additional 500,000 households. Giving priority to districts whose communities have the least connectivity; This measure will […]

New restrictions on Upper Manhattan as infections increase

In the same corner and in the course of five minutes, at least 10 people did not wear the mask and others used it under the nose. This is alarming for many residents of Washington Heights, one of the neighborhoods that just became a yellow zone. “If it is yellow we are wrong, it is […]

Dead bodies accumulate in mobile refrigerators New York

The bodies of hundreds of New Yorkers who died at the peak of the pandemic are being stored in refrigerated trucks on the Brooklyn waterfront. The bodies are of people whose families cannot be located or cannot afford the costs of a burial. About 650 bodies are kept in a makeshift morgue established in April […]