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Federal judge issues preliminary injunction protecting sanctuary cities

Federal judge issues preliminary injunction protecting sanctuary cities

Federal judge issues injunction on U.S. DOJ plans to tie grant funds to sanctuary city status U.S. Circuit Court Judge Harry Leinenweber issued a preliminary injunction on Friday to prevent the U.S. Department of Justice from suspending public safety grants […]

CUOMO DIRECTS INVESTIGATION INTO LATEST CONED POWER FAILURE

CUOMO DIRECTS INVESTIGATION INTO LATEST CONED POWER FAILURE

GOVERNOR CUOMO DIRECTS INVESTIGATION INTO LATEST CONED POWER FAILURE Governor Andrew M. Cuomo has directed the New York State Department of Public Service to conduct an immediate investigation into Con Edison’s substation failure on Sunday afternoon that led to power failures across Brooklyn, including […]

by · September 18, 2017 · Government, News
NYC Transit Jobs

NYC Transit Jobs

There’s an exciting new title at the NYC Transit Authority: Elevator & Escalator Specialist.  The starting salary is $45.10 an hour for a 40 hour work.  In addition to the hourly rate, this position offers a night differential and the opportunity to earn overtime. Plus, NYC […]

COMUNILIFE, INC. AND NYU MCSILVER INSTITUTE CONVENE COMMUNITY FORUM ON LATINA AND BLACK MALE YOUTH SUICIDE

COMUNILIFE, INC. AND NYU MCSILVER INSTITUTE CONVENE COMMUNITY FORUM ON LATINA AND BLACK MALE YOUTH SUICIDE

COMUNILIFE, INC. AND NYU MCSILVER INSTITUTE CONVENE COMMUNITY FORUM ON LATINA AND BLACK MALE YOUTH SUICIDE Suicide epidemic is pervasive in New York City and risk factors differ. To mark the upcoming annual International Suicide Prevention Awareness Day, Comunilife and the NYU McSilver […]

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CITY RESOURCE FAIR COMING TO HARLEM, 9/27

NEW YORK— On Wednesday, September 27, Mayor Bill de Blasio and Manhattan Borough President Gale A. Brewer will host a City Resource Fair during City Hall in Your Borough week. Top representatives from City Hall, the Mayor’s Office for Immigrant […]

Former Council Candidate Julio Pabon Testifies at CFB Meeting

Former Council Candidate Julio Pabon Testifies at CFB Meeting

On Thursday morning, former Council District 17 candidate Julio Pabon offered testimony about his campaign’s experience participating in the NYC Campaign Finance Board’s matching funds program. Mr. Pabon offered compliments to the CFB compliance staff and was mildly critical of […]

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
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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.