Bruce Springsteen Fined $540 For Illegally Consuming Alcohol, DWI Charge DroppedSpringsteen was arrested last November in Sandy Hook, New Jersey.
Black History Is Our History: MLB Working To Incorporate Negro League Stats Into Official RecordThe inclusion of the Negro Leagues' stats could change the leaderboards, especially for earned run and batting averages.
New Jersey Governor Outlines Plans To Address Pandemic's Impact On Students, From Learning Loss To Mental HealthIn the fall, each student will be assessed to determined what programs are needed, and starting now, educators will get a chance to review what’s working around the state to know how to best invest the money.
New Jersey's Urban City Mayors Raising Millions For Black And Latino Business OwnersPrivate donors like Shaquille O'Neil and Fortune 500 companies have contributed $10 million.
New York City's Newest COVID Vaccine Site Opens With Rocky Start, As Hardest Hit Communities Still Struggle To Get AppointmentsMeanwhile, Mount Sinai Hospital abruptly canceled already-scheduled appointments Wednesday.
Unifying America: At POTS Bronx, Serving The Community During COVID Has Been A Labor Of LovePOTS opened in 1982 as a soup kitchen, but the pandemic has more than doubled the number of people needing a hot meal.
Line Wraps Around The Block As Fans Pay Their Last Respects To Legendary Actress Cicely Tyson In HarlemIt was no secret Cicely Tyson loved Harlem, and Harlem is loving her right back.
CDC Outlines New Guidelines On How To Safely Reopen K-12 Schools, Some NYC Parents Still Not ConvincedSchools are urged to prioritize wearing masks and physical distancing, along with handwashing, cleaning of the facility and contact tracing with isolation and quarantine.
City Council Legislation Aims To Tackle Racial And Gender Discrimination In Health CareSupporters say bias in health care is highlighted in high Black maternal mortality rates, a disproportionate impact of COVID on communities of color and mistrust about getting the COVID vaccine.
COVID Vaccine: Citi Field Mega-Site Opens For Queens Residents, TLC Drivers And Food WorkersCiti Field opened it doors on Wednesday for eligible Queens residents, but it didn't take long to run into a similar problem other sites have experienced -- short supply.
COVID Reality: Data Shows Women Bear Disproportionate Impact Of Pandemic UnemploymentWhile data shows a drop in unemployment overall, some woman have stopped looking for work altogether.
Citi Field Set To Open As COVID Vaccine Mega Site For Queens Communities Hit Hard By PandemicAt Citi Field, only 800 doses will be available in the first week. That's a stark contrast from the 15,000 doses provided at Yankee Stadium in the Bronx, which opened as a mass vaccination site on Friday.
Investigation Underway After Elderly Man Died Shortly After Receiving COVID Vaccine At Javits CenterThe man collapsed outside the Javits Center on Sunday morning as he was leaving, but it's too early in the investigation to link the vaccine to the patient's death.
NYPD, Civilian Complaint Review Board Agree On Process To Discipline OfficersThe NYPD will provide the review board, commonly called the CCRB, more timely access to an officer’s employment history to review their case.
SOMOS Community Care Hosts Mass Vaccination Event In Brooklyn, To Open Site At Yankee Stadium On FridayIt's not uncommon to have long lines at vaccination sites. But unlike others, the one at God's Battalion of Prayer Church in Brooklyn reflects the diversity of the impacted community.