Hundreds of people have lined up in Queens for a chance at one of fifty jobs as an ironworker.
A mother and father in the Bronx are desperately searching for their 13-year-old autistic son who has hasn’t been seen since he left for school Tuesday morning.
Council Speaker Christine Quinn and Council Member Julissa Ferreras have reportedly set aside $20,000 to develop technology which would allow women to report catcalling cases and upload pictures from their smartphones of men engaged in the act.
East Orange police said Friday night that Infiniti Parker, who had been missing for more than 24 hours has been found and is in good health, according to Police Chief William Robinson.
A Garden State high school has used federal funding to take team building to a new level. Students at Columbia High School have been taking part in an optional physical education class called “Project Adventure.”
Teachers at a school in Morningside Heights have come forward to speak up about mold in New York City public schools. One said she came forward because the school is making her sick and she wants everyone to know.
Shay Adams got emotional and upset Tuesday about the death of her father, 45-year-old Rodney Jackson. He died Sunday night after getting beat up with a baseball bat and stabbed in the buttock, police said.
Fellow officers cheered as Det. Kenneth Ayala was released from Lutheran Medical Center. Officers said it was Ayala who saved their lives Saturday night when authorities said 33-year-old Nakwon Foxworth opened fire.
Police are currently looking for a “Beauty Salon Bandit” who has been holding up Bronx salons at gunpoint. And as police try to track down the armed robber, salons are on high alert.
The halal food cart at the corner of 86th Street and 5th Avenue has been there for the past three years, but in the past 3 months, some local businesses have been vocal about getting the cart to leave.