Student ‘Dreamers’ Await Their Fate

By MICHELLE VELEZ Three young undocumented immigrants shed tears of emotion as they described their hopes and fears Thursday at a campus event focused on the  upcoming  DACA case scheduled…

An Icy Halloween at Bryant Park

By NICHOLAS WILLIAMS Ice skaters and tourists gathered on a rainy Halloween day at Bryant Park to attend the official opening of The Bank Of America Winter Village. The Winter…

EPA Gives $200,000 to Fortune Society

By MARIE FIERO The Environmental Protection Agency announced on Thursday a $200,000 grant to a local nonprofit  that helps formerly incarcerated people find jobs and housing. “Who would think that…

JFK Heist Defendants Arraigned

By MICHELLE VELEZ A Delta Airline baggage handler and an associate were arraigned in Brooklyn Federal Court on Thursday on charges of stealing  a bag containing about $260,000 in cash…

City Council Committee Ponders Bicycle Safety

By DANIELLE KOGAN A City Council committee tackled the problem of growing bicyclist fatalities on Thursday by backing stiffer fines against motorists who don’t allow enough space when passing bikes.…

Bronx BP Gets into the Weeds on Weed

By NICHOLAS WILLIAMS Low-level marijuana offenses and past marijuana offenses should be expunged in the event of New York State legalization of marijuana, Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz in a…