Lincoln Hospital Hosts Clinic to Help with Student Loan Debt

NEW YORK- The NYC Department of Consumer Affairs (DCA) will be holding a free student loan debt clinic on Saturday, March 30th, through the Department of Consumer Affairs’ Office of Financial Empowerment at:

Developers Are Investing Heavily in Bronx Real Estate

BRONX- Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr. released his “Bronx Annual Development Report,” highlighting the most successful year in total development funding The Bronx has seen since the borough president took office in 2009.

Burglar Broke into 2 Month Old Baby Bedroom in Bronx, Caught on Camera

BRONX- A Bronx parent’s nightmare was caught on camera when a burglar broke into their apartment and was seen walking around their sleeping two-month old baby’s room.

Immigrant Worker Rights Protections Discussed in the Bronx

BRONX- Department of Consumer Affairs (DCA, a.k.a. the Department of Consumer and Worker Protection), in partnership with New York City Commission on Human Rights (CCHR), the Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs (MOIA), and partner organizations hosted Building Bridges: A Convening for NYC Immigrant Workers last night at Lincoln Hospital in the Bronx.

McDonald’s Workers Fight in Bronx Store in Front of Shocked Customers

BRONX- The fight for the $15 an hour minimum wage continues and has moved from the political forum to behind the counter of a packed McDonald’s– as two employees of a Norwood eatery were captured on video during their all-out brawl.

Bronx Gang Member Bragged About Shooting on Social Media

NEW YORK- A Bronx gang member bragged about shooting three people on social media. Now those posts have come back to haunt him as he was found guilty in the shooting as well as racketeering and other charges.

Pothole Repairs for NY, Cuomo Allocates $128 Million Throughout State

NEW YORK- NY Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced that $128 million in new State funding has been allocated for renewing State roadways impacted by this year’s harsh winter weather.

Publishers Clearing House Sweepstakes Scam Bilked Elderly Out of Savings

NEW YORK- Seven men have been charged with scamming elderly victims out of their savings by claiming that they fraudulently won the Publishers Clearing House Sweepstakes.