News Sparks: Dead New Yorkers Register to Mail-In Ballots

BOE Declares Invalid the Votes of Dead Democrats, who are Voting by Mail For Brannan Republican Brian Fox is leading, in an extremely tight.... read more

Mayor de Blasio Denies He is Leaving the City in Disarray, Says, “New York is Coming Back Strong”

By Yehudit GarmaiseWhen Mayor Bill de Blasio was asked how he would respond to the idea that many New Yorkers feel that the city, at the end of his.... read more

Gov. Hochul Provides $100 Million to Bring Back Tourism Industry, Jobs in New York

By Yehudit GarmaiseOn the day when the US welcomes back international travelers from 30 different countries, after nearly two years of American.... read more

NYC to Provide Four Hours Paid Sick Leave for City Workers to Get their Children Vaccinated

By Yehudit GarmaiseMayor Bill de Blasio announced this morning that starting today, all city workers and contractors will have an additional four.... read more

President Biden Issues Vaccine Mandate for Private Businesses that Employ 100 or More

     Private businesses that employ 100 or more employees will be subject to a nationwide COVID-19 vaccine mandate that will take.... read more

Israeli Health Ministry Now Requires Digital Recovery Certificates for Unvaccinated Tourists who have had COVID

     Although earlier in the week, the Israeli Health Ministry announced that foreign travelers would be allowed into the country on.... read more

Mayoral Candidate Eric Adams Visits Central Hatzolah Offices, Recalls Decades-Long Relationship

This past Sunday morning, Central Hatzolah’s headquarters in Brooklyn was the site of a reunion of old friends who have worked tirelessly.... read more

Democratic NYC Mayoral Nominee Eric Adams Honors Prominent Askan Rabbi Joel Friedman for Donating an Ambulance to Catskills Hatzlolah

     New York City Democratic Mayoral Nominee Eric Adams presented prominent askan Rabbi Joel Friedman, last week, with a Citation of.... read more

Supreme Court Decides: Landlords can Soon Evict Tenants who do not Pay Rent

By Yehudit Garmaise     When word got out that the Biden administration wanted to continue to disallow landlords from evicting tenants.... read more

Trump’s Team Launches GETTR, its New Social Media Platform

     Donald Trump’s former spokesman, Jason Miller launched today the former president’s new social network called “GETTR,”.... read more

Surfside Building Partially Collapses, One Dead, Many are Missing

by Yehudit Garmaise     Witnesses said it sounded like thunder, a freight train, or an earthquake when a building at the Champlain.... read more

Boro Parkers Must Rank Five Candidates to Avoid Giving Votes Away to Liberal Candidates

By Yehudit Garmaise     After six months of intense campaigning and four debates, the two most recent polls show the race to be.... read more

Flatbush Jewish Community Coalition Endorses Councilman Robert Cornegy for Brooklyn Borough President

By Yehudit Garmaise      The Flatbush Jewish Community Coalition (FJCC) last week endorsed Councilman Robert Cornegy, who represents.... read more

Facebook’s Independent Board Upholds Trump’s Suspension

     Former President Donald Trump will not be returning to Facebook. In fact, he is still “indefinitely suspended,” after the.... read more

The Munkatcher Rebbe, and Many Other Orthodox Jewish Leaders and Groups Throw Their Support Behind Mayoral Candidate Eric Adams

By Yehudit Garmaise     While some Boro Park groups have voiced their support for Andrew Yang for mayor of New York City, many other.... read more

MTA To Restore F and C Train service, Congestion Pricing May be Just Months Away

By Yehudit Garmaise     When the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) reduced service on the F and C trains, the Transit.... read more

Renewal Kidney Donation Organization Opens Two Apartments for Donors and Recipients

By Yehudit Garmaise                                   .... read more

President Biden and Senate Democrats Plan to Provide Fewer Relief Checks

     By lowering Americans’ income eligibility from $100,000 to $80,000 a year, moderate senators and President Joe Biden struck a.... read more