Speed Cameras to Operate 24/7, Gov. Hochul Announces

New York City's speed cameras will operate 24 hours a day, 7 days a week starting July 1st, now that Gov. Kathy Hochul signed a law Friday that.... read more

New York Lawmakers to Push Back on Supreme Court Decision to Overturn Gun Restrictions

By Yehudit GarmaiseAfter the US Supreme Court overturned New York’s century-old tough restrictions on whom can carry concealed weapons in the state.... read more

FedEx to Photograph Packages as Proof of Delivery

By: Yehuda AlterFollowing Amazon’s rollout of a similar program a number of years ago, Federal Express, one of the nation's largest shipping and.... read more

US Supreme Court Decision Allows New Yorkers to Carry Guns in Public

By Yehudit GarmaiseBy ruling in favor of two men who argued that they should be able to carry guns outside their homes, the US Supreme Court has.... read more

MTA Installs Hidden Surveillance Cameras in 65 Train Cars After Brooklyn Subway Shooting

By Yehudit GarmaiseThe MTA installed hidden surveillance cameras inside 65 train cars in the wake of the Brooklyn Subway Attack.During what became a.... read more

NY Schools may be Required to Install “Panic Buttons” to Alert Police of Shooters

By Yehudit GarmaiseSchool districts in New York will be required to seriously consider installing panic buttons that would silently alert police in.... read more

NYPD Assistant Chief of Brooklyn South Michael Kemper Meets with Chaverim

Michael Kemper, the NYPD Assistant Chief of Brooklyn South, paid a visit to the Chaverim Headquarters today.During the visit, Chaverim members gave.... read more

Mayor Adams Modifies Plan to Send out Cops Solo to Some Subway Stations after a Police Officer was Attacked

By Yehudit GarmaiseAfter a Brooklyn police officer patrolling the Pennsylvania Avenue subway station alone was assaulted, Mayor Adams immediately.... read more

Low Income New Yorkers Receive State Assistance to Pay Past Utility Bills, Likely to be Paid in Part by other Customers

By Yehudit GarmaiseA new utilities credit program will ensure that 327,000 New Yorkers who cannot pay their bills can cook on their stoves and turn.... read more

NYC Rent Guidelines Board Approves Increases on One and Two -Year Rent-Stabilized Leases

By Yehudit Garmaise Rents on more than one million NYC apartments will climb moderately after the city’s Rent Guidelines Board (RGB) voted on.... read more

FDA Prepares to Take Juul E-Cigarettes off U.S. Market

By: Yehuda Alter Juul Labs has petitioned the Food and Drug Administration to allow its tobacco- and menthol-flavored E-Cigarettes to remain on.... read more

Police Sent Out Alone, Instead of in Pairs, on Subways, to “Cover More Ground” Commissioner Sewell Said

By Yehudit GarmaiseWhile police officers usually patrol in pairs to provide each other with back-up, on Monday, Mayor Eric Adams sent out solo the.... read more

Yoni Teitelbaum Celebrates his Bar Mitzvah at the Kosel with Family and Friends

By Yehudit GarmaiseThe Teitlebaums of Boro Park made a beautiful bar mitzvah last Thursday for their beloved son Yoni who has Down Syndrome.Family.... read more

Supreme Court Rules in Support of State Aid for Private Religious Schools

In a landmark 6-3 decision, the Supreme Court ruled that states cannot deny tuition aid to parents who choose to send their children to private.... read more

Uber to Resume Ridesharing under UberX Share

By: Yehuda Alter In a sign that the last pandemic-era restrictions are finally falling away, Uber announced that it will resume its ridesharing.... read more

Covid-19 Costs and Inflation Cause Health Insurance Rates to Soar

By Yehudit GarmaiseHealth insurance rates soon will join gas and food prices that have soared into the stratosphere.As Covid-19 continues to create.... read more

Governor Hochul Pledges Support for Yeshivos During Boro Park Visit

By: Boropark24 staff Governor Kathy Hochul visited Boro Park this afternoon, an important stop on her re-election campaign for the governorship.... read more