Government

ALDI Brings New Jobs to Bronx with Hiring Event – August 28

ALDI Brings New Jobs to Bronx with Hiring Event – August 28

ALDI, One of America’s Best Employers According to Forbes Magazine, Brings New Jobs to Bronx, Manhattan Local Hiring Event on August 28 Open to the Public NEW YORK – August 16, 2017 – Known for offering wages and benefits that are higher than […]

by · August 18, 2017 · Job Opportunity, Jobs
Casting Call – Seeking Locals for Upcoming Film Shooting in the Bronx

Casting Call – Seeking Locals for Upcoming Film Shooting in the Bronx

Grant Wilfley Casting is seeking Bronx locals to play press types and college students for background work on 8/21, 8/22, and 8/25 in HBO’s Untitled Levinson Project, starring Al Pacino as Penn State Coach Joe Paterno. NonUnion pay rate is […]

by · August 16, 2017 · Job Opportunity, Jobs
Be A School Crossing Guard

Be A School Crossing Guard

New York City is hiring NYPD School Crossing Guards. Interviews, 8/21. Part-time posts ($12/hr) available in the Bronx.

Casting Call – Seeking Locals for Upcoming Film Shooting in the Bronx

Casting Call – Seeking Locals for Upcoming Film Shooting in the Bronx

Grant Wilfley Casting is seeking Bronx locals to play press types and college students for background work on 8/21, 8/22, and 8/25 in HBO’s Untitled Levinson Project, starring Al Pacino as Penn State Coach Joe Paterno. NonUnion pay rate is […]

by · August 12, 2017 · Jobs
NY People’s Convention Series Comes To the Bronx, Tonite

NY People’s Convention Series Comes To the Bronx, Tonite

The movement for a New York State Constitutional Convention is taking off in The Bronx. New York Says Yes, a coalition of New Yorkers, good government groups and civic organizations that has come together to make the most of the […]

Mayor de Blasio Advances 5-Point Subway Plan

Mayor de Blasio Advances 5-Point Subway Plan

Governor Cuomo has given MTA Chairman Lhota until July 31 to present a plan to stop the dramatic slide in subway performance, improve predictability and reliability, and restore New York City residents’ faith in their transit system. And on Monday, […]

by · July 25, 2017 · Government, News, Transportation
CANDIDATES FILE DISCLOSURES WITH CAMPAIGN FINANCE BOARD

CANDIDATES FILE DISCLOSURES WITH CAMPAIGN FINANCE BOARD

Updated and detailed information for the 228 candidates running for NYC public office can be found on the NYC Campaign Finance Board website’s financial summary page and in the Follow the Money | NYC searchable data portal. The amounts listed […]

Official Statement from Alliance to Prevent Legionnaires’ Disease Spokesperson Daryn Cline

Official Statement from Alliance to Prevent Legionnaires’ Disease Spokesperson Daryn Cline

Official Statement from Alliance to Prevent Legionnaires’ Disease Spokesperson Daryn Cline: The New York City Health Department announced that trace amounts of Legionella bacteria have been found in some of the cooling towers it recently tested in Lenox Hill. As […]

by · July 23, 2017 · Bulletin Board, Health
Where The Pols Are, July 17

Where The Pols Are, July 17

In the afternoon, senior members of the Administration will be attending a Cabinet Meeting led by Mayor de Blasio. 

UPDATE: Extreme Heat Advisory 

UPDATE: Extreme Heat Advisory 

To find local cooling centers and other heat related information Bronx residents can call 311 (TTY: 212-504-4115) or visit www.nyc.gov/beattheheat.

Heat Advisory Warning For July 13

Heat Advisory Warning For July 13

MAYOR DE BLASIO ISSUES HEAT ADVISORY WARNING FOR NYC The National Weather Service has now issued a heat advisory that’s going to go all the way until 6 pm tomorrow. So, we’ve got temperatures in the low 90’s, but there […]

Gov Cuomo Orders Flags to Half-Staff in Honor of Trooper Davis

Gov Cuomo Orders Flags to Half-Staff in Honor of Trooper Davis

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo ordered that flags on all state government buildings be flown at half-staff beginning Wednesday, July 10 in honor of New York State Police Trooper Joel R. Davis.

by · July 10, 2017 · Government, News
Introduction to Emotional Pain and Suicide Informed Care Workshop – July 10th

Introduction to Emotional Pain and Suicide Informed Care Workshop – July 10th

by · July 9, 2017 · Bulletin Board, Health
US Census Bureau Chief Retires

US Census Bureau Chief Retires

US Census Bureau Chief Retires As his tenure at the U.S. Census Bureau came to an end, Director John H. Thompson wrote an agency blog piece recognizing “the hard work and notable achievements that Census Bureau employees have accomplished over the […]

by · July 4, 2017 · Census, Government, News
Liberty, Justice and Civil Rights

Liberty, Justice and Civil Rights

Monday, July 3 — Befitting the run up to the nation’s celebration of freedom, one of the most important pieces of legislation in our history came just before Independence Day in 1964. The Civil Rights Act swept away Jim Crow […]