Harlem Based Target Set To Shutdown Following Complaints Of Theft And Violent Crimes Committed Against Employees!
A local Target store is set to close its doors for good within a Harlem, New York neighborhood next month following alarming reports of shoplifting!. The East 117th street store made history in 2010 as the very first Manhattan located Target. Sadly, the store has been added to the list of eight other additional locations scheduled to shutdown including, Seattle, Portland, San Francisco and more.
Update: Husband To Bronx Day Care Owner Where A 1-Year-Old Boy Died Due To Fentanyl Exposure, Arrested In Mexico
Another arrest has been made in connection to a Bronx Day care center that left a young boy deceased and three other children hospitalized!. According to NBC News, the husband to Divino Nino daycare owner was arrested in Mexico earlier this week. A criminal complaint details that the last time the male was seen was on security surveillance footage on September 15th, the same day the tragic ordeal occurred.
The Slow Sink: Understanding New York City’s Subsidence
New York City, the iconic metropolis that never sleeps, has a hidden story beneath its bustling streets and towering skyscrapers. While the city appears to rise ever higher, a subtle but significant phenomenon is taking place beneath our feet: subsidence. In this blog post, we’ll delve into the recent findings about New York City sinking and explore the science behind it.
New York Governor has some words for Greg Abbott's unsolicited advice about the border
Texas Gov. Greg "The Northbound Greyhound" Abbott took Manhattan Wednesday, following a bus of migrants into New York City, and offered some advice for his New York counterpart, Gov. Kathy Hochul.
How to get a medicinal cannabis certification online in New York
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NY Judge Seeking $250 Million in Penalties, Ban on Trump and Sons From Ever Running Business in NY
Businessman and former President Donald Trump has allegedly been inflating his networth to banks and insureres for years, and a NY judge is seeking $250 million in damages and is seeking to ban Trump and his family from ever again running a business in the city again.
Leading chicken chain opens another location in New York
A popular chicken chain recently opened another location in New York. Read on to learn more. On Tuesday, September 19, 2023, the growing food franchise Chick-fil-A celebrated the grand opening of its latest New York location in Levittown, according to local sources.
Greg Takes Manhattan: Abbott heads to NYC, tells sanctuary city he didn't make their migrant crisis
A burgeoning feud between Texas Governor Greg Abbott and New York City Mayor Eric Adams is brewing this week, as the Governor followed one of his buses of migrants to NYC Wednesday.
Trump's Financial House of Cards: Hit with $250 Million Loss in New York Court!
In a recent court decision in New York, Donald Trump suffered a significant loss, according to an economics reporter. The case involved allegations of inconsistent financial statements submitted to banks and insurance companies, which could cost Trump up to $250 million.
Jets Must Sack Zach
It’s not easy being green. No truer words have ever been spoken when referring to the New York Jets fan base. After the Jets acquired Aaron Rodgers in the off-season, there was finally hope for Gang Green and its long-suffering fans. And in the span of just 4 short plays, Aaron’s season was over, plunging the Jets back into the hopeless abyss of poor quarterback play.
Trump goes on all-caps rant at Judge who ruled he committed fraud — claims 'This is not America!'
“That is a fantasy world, not the real world.”. Judge Arthur Engoron, New York Supreme Court, 1st Judicial District. Judge for the Supreme Court 1st Judicial District Arthur Engoron ruled Tuesday against former President Donald Trump on charges of fraud.
The History of the New York Knicks
The New York Knickerbockers, more commonly known as the Knicks, are one of the most iconic franchises in the history of the NBA. Representing the heart of New York City, the team's storied history is filled with rich moments, outstanding players, and championship pursuits.
Nine U.S. Target Stores Announced Today as Permanently Closing
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Donald Trump submitted 'fraudulent valuations' for assets used to secure loans, judge rules
The civil case is scheduled to go to trial on Oct. 2. Former President Donald Trump submitted "fraudulent valuations" for assets that were then used by himself, his eldest sons and his business to obtain better loan and insurance terms, a judge in New York decided Tuesday.
Trump campaign clears up that the Donald did not, in fact, buy a Glock — because that's illegal
I believe it was the great philosopher Sun-Tzu who said "Stay strapped or get clapped." "If the gotters get me, I'm gonna get my Glock." Which seems to be a sentiment that former President Donald Trump echoed in a visit to a South Carolina gun shop in a PR stunt gone sideways.
These Counties in New York Dispense the most Opioids.
The opioid epidemic has been a longstanding public health crisis in the United States, with Purdue Pharma's OxyContin being a significant contributor since the late 1990s. The aggressive marketing strategies and the underplayed addictiveness of such drugs have led to widespread misuse, resulting in over 645,000 opioid-related deaths between 1999 and 2021, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Stacker, utilizing CDC data, has conducted an analysis that identifies the counties in New York grappling with the highest opioid dispensing rates.