3 Workers Hurt in Elevator Accident on Construction Site in New York City

According to news reports, three workers were injured in Brooklyn when they fell down an elevator shaft. The men were members of a construction crew working on a building under construction at 170 Tillary Street. While standing on a work platform in an elevator shaft, the workers fell to the bottom of the elevator shaft… read more

New York City Begins to Reopen After Coronavirus

It has been more than 100 days since NYC had its first COVID-19 case confirmed. More than 210,000 people would become infected with coronavirus and almost 22,000 people would die. However, after three months of being shut down, New York City begins to take the first steps to reopen after the coronavirus pandemic began. Some… read more

Four Injured as MTA Bus Careens Over Brooklyn Sidewalk

According to news reports, an MTA bus suddenly drove onto the sidewalk on May 19, around 6:20 p.m. The bus accident occurred near the intersection of Brownsville’s East New York and Ralph avenues. The bus struck two parked vehicles, a street sign, and three small trees. No one on the bus was injured in the… read more

Small Businesses in NYC Are Reopening Illegally Despite Statewide Order

Protests demanding that states and cities reopen continue around the country.  Some small business owners in New York City defied statewide orders to remain closed. Over Memorial Day weekend, some non-essential New York City small businesses reopened. Small business owners are frustrated with Gov. Andrew Cuomo and local officials. They claim that the city and… read more

What is Martial Law and How Would it Affect New York City?

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to wreak havoc in all five boroughs of New York City, some commentators have suggested that a declaration of martial law may help to stop the spread of the virus. But what exactly is martial law? And how would it affect a city like New York? What is Martial Law?… read more

Female TV Judges Have Helped Perception on The Bench

A positive upwards trend in appointing women to more judiciary positions may be as a result of female TV judges, according to recent polls. 5 women, Connie Melendez, Robin Sheares, Patria Frias-Colon, Sandra Roper and Ellen Edwards, have all won boroughwide elections for spots on the Kings County bench. Judge Patricia DiMango, of the show […]