It’s that time again! All eyes are focused on football’s biggest stage — for the commercials.
Cops spoke with witnesses near the scene of the incident that apparently took place near a Wendy’s and a Ruby Tuesday on Rt. 9.
Protesters gathered outside the McDonald’s at 51st Street and Broadway in Manhattan on Monday, chanting “Hold the burgers, hold the fries, make our wages super size” and “Hey, hey! Ho, ho! Poverty wages got to go.”
Fast food workers in New York and six other cities across the country were set to go on strike Monday, on the grounds that their wages are just too low to live on.
Brooklyn-based fast food workers employed by McDonald’s, Papa John’s and Domino’s will reportedly conduct a pro-union walkout during Friday’s dinner hour.
Hundreds of fast food workers and supporters protested outside New York City restaurants Thursday to demand higher wages for their low-paying jobs.
A Long Island mother explained this weekend why Wendy’s was named as a defendant in a lawsuit stemming from a crash in front of one of the restaurants.
Theresa DiMilia and her 11-year-old daughter Samantha walked out of the Wendy’s restaurant on December 4 in Williston Park when suddenly a car being driven by an elderly woman smashed into them and pinned them against the wall.
Wendy’s ran ads in the New York Times, USA Today, Los Angeles Times and other publications, letting its customers know the company only uses 100 percent beef.
The incident took place around 3 p.m. at the intersection of 139th Street and 89th Avenue, which is in the vicinity of a elementary and middle school.
It’s HOPE Week and the New York Yankees are just doing another good deed to brighten people’s day