Coyote Spotted In Central Park: See The Incredible Photo
Brooklyn Bridge Turns 140 The New York City Patch is sharing some share-worthy stories about recent incidents in Central Park, such as a deadly shooting in Harlem in April and a deadly retaliation attack against rival crews. Mount Sinai agreed to increase wages by 18 percent over three years and negotiate on hazard pay, and the historic designation of "Colored School No. 4's" will help New Yorkers remember its complicated past.
Published : 6 days ago by Matt Troutman in Politics
NEW YORK CITY — Here are some share-worthy stories from the New York City Patch network to talk about tonight.
David Lei was in Central Park looking for an owl on Monday night, but gasped when something else came into focus. "This bridge represents something, " Mayor Eric Adams said Wednesday as he opened new public space on its Manhattan side.
A deadly shooting in Harlem in April led to multiple retaliation attacks between rival crews, according to the Manhattan District Attorney. Before she was randomly attacked on Sunday, Emine Ozsoy said New York City felt like freedom. Now she faces an uncertain fate.
Mount Sinai agreed to increase wages by 18 percent over three years and negotiate on hazard pay, according to the union. "Colored School No. 4's" historic designation will help New Yorkers remember its complicated past, commissioners said with Tuesday's vote.