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Harlem man is largest lottery jackpot winner in New York state history
Bailey, 67, was introduced by lottery officials Wednesday as the record-breaking winner at the Resorts World Casino in Queens.
BREAKING NEWS OUT OF NEW YORK- IT'S BAD
Geoffrey S. Berman, the United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, announced that ARIEL ACOSTA, a/k/a “A-Loc,” a/k/a “Blue,” a/k/a “True Blue,” was sentenced today to 160 months in prison for firearms and narcotics trafficking. ACOSTA and his co-conspirators sold seven guns, incl
Cardi B Performing, Twerking at Big Pandora Event in New York City
View this post on InstagramCardi B performing at Pandora Live tonight in NYC ?: @zana_rayA post shared byCardi B & Beyoncé Updates(@beycardib) onNov 13, 2018 at 7:26pm PST
New York City's top tabloids have weighed in on Amazon HQ2 — and they're leaning into the controversy
Such was the case Wednesday morning, when the two city tabloids ran withAmazon HQ2news as a front-page story.Long Island Citywill officially host one half of the tech giant's new headquarters, with the other half going toArlington County, Virginia.
Bill de Blasio: ‘Amazon Understood That If You Come to New York City, You Have to Live by Our Values’ | Breitbart
“So, there is a series of automatic incentives that are available to any company that comes into the state,” de Blasio explained. “There is a series of incentives that are available to companies that build in the outer boroughs. Those are all automatic. Any company qualified, they are getting those
Neshoba County escaped inmate captured in New York
"The inmate was shackled- his feet and hands were shackled. Somehow he managed to unlock the shackles. And once they arrived at the Neshoba County Hospital, the jailer opened the van door and that's when the suspect came out on to the jailer," said Sheriff Waddell.
Where Stan Lee’s Fictional Superheroes Lived in the Real New York
ImageStan Lee, who died Monday, tied Marvel’s stable of pulp-fiction heroes to a real place — New York.CreditCreditWilliam E. Sauro/The New York Times
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio says he will continue to boycott Amazon as the state offers more than $1.5 billion for its HQ2 (AMZN) | Markets Insider
New York City MayorBill de Blasiocelebrated in a joint press conference with New York Gov.Andrew Cuomothe news thatAmazonhas chosen Long Island City as one of the sites for its second headquarters,HQ2.New York is offering upmore than $1.5 billion in tax breaksto Amazon.That doesn't mean de Blasio is
#AllTogetherNow: Gabrielle Union Introduces Us to Her Covetable—and Affordable—Holiday Collection for New York & Company
Valarie Pettiford, Raven Goodwin, Gabrielle Union, Essence Atkins and Ajiona Alexus in Union’s New York and Company winter collection.Photo: New York & Company
New York City has lured Amazon with more than $1.5 billion in incentives — here's what else they agreed to
On Tuesday, in a blog post, Amazon named the two winners of its HQ2 project: Long Island City in Queens, New York, and thenewly formed National Landing areaof Arlington, Virginia.
First snow coming to New York area
NEW YORK — Winter is more than a month away, but New York City could see several inches of snow this week, forecasts show.
New York senators ominously quiet after Amazon deal
After months of speculation, Amazon announced yesterday that it will divvy up its second headquarters between New York City and Northern Virginia. Strangely, both New York senators have been silent on the deal. Just moments after the announcement, Virginia Sens. Mark Warner and Tim Kaine blasted off
see the highest outdoor residential space in new york city
designed bydiller scofidio + renfroin collaboration withrockwell group, ‘fifteen hudson yards’ is a residential tower currently under construction innew york. the building, whichtopped out earlier this year, forms part ofhudson yards— the 28-acre redevelopment program transforming manhattan’s west s
Citi to move 1,100 New York employees next year to make room for Amazon
The bank said Tuesday that in the first half of 2019 it will move about 1,100 employees out of its space at One Court Square, one of the most recognizable towers outside Manhattan. Roughly 3,000 Citi (C) employees currently work in the building, which overlooks the East River and has long carried Ci
New York City's mayor hopes Amazon coming to town will help his waterfront streetcar dream finally become a reality
Yet when Amazon announced it had picked Long Island City, Queens for one of its new "HQ2" offices,De Blasio was in line with his political peers in expressing their gratitude and excitement for the new office.
Ocasio-Cortez Is Upset World’s Most Valuable Company Is Investing In New York City
How dare Amazon bring jobs to New York City! By adding 25,000 jobs they would become the 11th-largest employer in the New York City area.
New York City Politicians Welcomed Amazon In 2017 Letter To Jeff Bezos
“As the most dynamic and diverse city in the world, New York City will help propel Amazon’s future growth and kickstart an exciting new chapter in the company’s history,” New York City’s then-public advocate, borough presidents, representatives in the U.S. House and state legislature, and city counc
New York State Fair Returns in February with The Winter Fair
For the first time, a Winter Fair will be held at the fairgrounds. It'll run February 8-10 inside the Expo Center inSyracuse. There will be the fair favorites like rides, food, exhibits, a kid's zone and music from local bands. Winter activities will also be held outside. Plus, you'll get a sneak pe
New York Islanders Daily: Tom Kuhnhackl’s Surprising Effectiveness
With Martin out, Kuhnhackl should see extended time. He’s been effective when on the ice, especially in his last four games. He has four points over that span. Obviously, Kuhnhackl isn’t a point per game type of player but you have to ride the hot hand when it’s presented to you.
Ocasio-Cortez slams Amazon for New York HQ2, cites community 'outrage'
Ocasio-Cortez, 29, tweeted that she heard from members of the Queens community and was hearing "outrage," as Amazon brings 25,000 full-time high-paying jobs, approximately $2.5 billion in Amazon investment and eventually 8 million square feet of office space to Long Island City as part of itsinvestm