Post Tagged with: "rev. ruben diaz sr."

Breaking: Michael Blake Announces Run for the Serrano Vacancy

Breaking: Michael Blake Announces Run for the Serrano Vacancy

Michael Blake Will Run for New York’s 15th Congressional District In a late-night email to suppporters, Morrisania assemblyman Michael Blake announced that he is indeed running for Congress in the South Bronx to replace retiring Rep. José Serrano. Blake’s entry […]

by · April 24, 2019 · Bronx Politics, News, Politics
WYSK: If Charter Schools Help Our Black and Hispanic Children, Why Are Our Black and Hispanic Elected Officials Opposed to Them?

WYSK: If Charter Schools Help Our Black and Hispanic Children, Why Are Our Black and Hispanic Elected Officials Opposed to Them?

WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW  If Charter Schools Help Our Black and Hispanic Children, Why Are Our Black and Hispanic Elected Officials Opposed to Them? Senator Rev. Rubén Díaz You should know that charter schools are a blessing to help our […]

New York Hispanic Clergy Organization Annual Banquet at Maestro’s, April 16

New York Hispanic Clergy Organization Annual Banquet at Maestro’s, April 16

New York Hispanic Clergy Organization Annual Banquet Will Be Held On April 16   On Saturday, April 16, 2016, the New York Hispanic Clergy Organization will be celebrating its Annual Banquet at Maestro’s Caterers, located at 1703 Bronxdale Avenue in the Bronx, […]

BREAKING: Legionella Found At Three More Melrose Houses Buildings

BREAKING: Legionella Found At Three More Melrose Houses Buildings

Last night on a long holiday weekend, the city Health Department revealed that three more public housing buildings at Melrose Houses (NYCHA) were found to have legionella bacteria in their plumbing system. Those buildings that tested positive for legionella are: […]

Free Rain Barrel Giveaway, August 8

Free Rain Barrel Giveaway, August 8

Senator Rev Ruben Diaz and the NYC Department of Environmental are sponsoring a Free Rain Barrel Giveaway to be held on Saturday, August 8, 2015 from 9am – 2pm.  This event will be held at the World of Life International […]

Corruption is Not Exclusive to Politics in Albany

Corruption is Not Exclusive to Politics in Albany

What You Should Know By Senator Rev Rubén Díaz 32nd Senatorial District Corruption is Not Exclusive to Politics in Albany You should know that in his Commencement Address on Sunday, May 17, 2015 at Pace Law School in Westchester County, […]

by · May 26, 2015 · Op Ed
Carl Heastie and John Flanagan Are Being Treated Differently 

Carl Heastie and John Flanagan Are Being Treated Differently 

Senator John Flanagan – in three hours from the time that Senator Dean Skelos resigned from his leadership 
position after being accused, arrested and indicted on corruption charges 
– has become the new Leader of the New York State Senate. 

by · May 12, 2015 · Government, Op Ed
What You Should Know: Place Your Bets On Jeff Klein

What You Should Know: Place Your Bets On Jeff Klein

Place Your Bets on Jeff Klein by Rev. Sen. Ruben Diaz, Sr. You should know that with all of the recent news that New York State Senate Majority Leader Dean Skelos is expected to be arrested this week, there is […]

New York Hispanic Clergy Organization’s Annual Banquet, April 18

New York Hispanic Clergy Organization’s Annual Banquet, April 18

New York Hispanic Clergy Organization Honors Four Outstanding Leaders The New York Hispanic Clergy Organization led State Senator Rev. Rubén Díaz, Sr. will celebrate its 27th Annual Banquet this coming Saturday, April 18, 2015 starting with a Buffet Hour at […]

What You Should Know: Ted Cruz and Bronx Hopes

Imagine Ted Cruz Coming to the South Bronx by Sen. Rev. Ruben Diaz, Sr You should know that on Monday, March 23, 2015, U.S. Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) announced his candidacy for the 2016 GOP nomination for President of the […]

by · March 26, 2015 · Op Ed, Politics, Religion
Parents, Pols Rally for Education Tax Credit

Parents, Pols Rally for Education Tax Credit

  (Bronx, NY) One morning earlier this month after another snowstorm pelted the city, cheering parents and students filled the wooden gymnasium at St. Athanasius School in the Longwood section of the Bronx.  Joined by area politicians and community leaders, […]

by · March 15, 2015 · Education News, Government