The picketing members of Teamsters local 202, who are on strike over management’s failure to increase pay by $1 for employees at the market during a devastating pandemic, were issued summonses for disorderly conduct.
The lawsuit marks the first time the empire state’s AG has ever sued the city’s police force.
A catastrophic water main break in the Bronx left drivers trapped in their cars as water flooded the Cross Bronx Expressway Thursday—the latest emergency caused by the borough’s crumbling infrastructure.
The percentage of positive COVID-19 tests in the Bronx have reached staggering levels in some parts of the borough, new data show.
Bronx residents will begin receiving enhanced unemployment benefits starting next week—a much needed lifeline in the borough hardest hit by COVID-19.
A 20-year old man was fatally shot at a NYCHA property in Fordham Heights Saturday, authorities said.
A gunman wearing a white COVID mask shot the 16-year-old at point-blank range in Morrisania, surveillance video shows.
The government will provide eligible households with a one-time rental subsidy that will be sent directly to the household’s landlord.
Baron George is accused of fatally stabbing Brizjel Kemp, 36, inside the Holiday Motel on the New England Thruway, after meeting her on an escort site.
The child showed up at Jacobi Hospital with critical injuries Thursday, wounds he said he suffered in a stabbing attack on Fish Avenue.