Craving Carib dishes? Check out Krave

A vibrant Chyrisse Crisp and her team have brought downtown New Rochelle an exciting modern Caribbean/American Soul restaurant loaded with colorful, comforting dishes from the islands and America’s South. Krave Restaurant is a notable addition to the major development taking place in the ‘Queen City on the Sound’. Krave has partnered with talented Chef ‘Chrissy’.

Sweet Deal for Bronx with Donut King

In a sweet deal for the Bronx, Krispy Kreme Doughnut Corporation, a global retailer of premium-quality sweet treats, has entered into a long-term lease for 26,486 square feet of space at Simone Development Companies’ 535 Zerega Avenue for a new corporate commissary to accommodate the company’s expansion plans.

Boyfriend Charged in Murder of Mother and Daughter

As families along a quiet tree-lined block in Belmont prepared for Father’s Day celebrations the following day, police were called to one home where they made a grim discovery: the bodies of a 34 -year-old mother and her 10-year-old daughter. The woman’s boyfriend was found nearby, with a gunshot wound to his head.

NY Assembly Votes Driver’s Licenses for Undocumented Immigrants

ALBANY, NY – The New York State Assembly passed the Driver’s License Access and Privacy Act. The need to secure driving privileges for all residents of New York, including undocumented immigrants, has been a long term effort. This legislation enhances public safety because all drivers will be required to pass a written exam and demonstrate safe driving skills.

HIV Long Term Survivors Meet to Celebrate Aging Positively

Wednesday, June 5th is designated as national HIV Long Term Survivors Awareness Day. The Long Term Survivors Wellness Coalition, a New York-based coalition dedicated to identifying and addressing the needs of people in the long-term survivor community hosted the event, “We’re Still Here!,” a day-long celebration.

Helpful Information about When to Visit Urgent Care Versus the Emergency Department

HEALTH- Have you ever had a serious health problem and wanted to go see a doctor, but couldn’t get an appointment with your usual primary care provider so you ended up going to the Emergency Room instead? You are not alone.

Neighbor Prevents Fatal Plunge with Beach Chair

An underage migrant teen from Mexico, who was placed in a Bronx foster home a day earlier, plunged four-stories out of a bathroom window– and was saved by a quick-thinking neighbor with a common lounge chair.

LGBTQ Pride is an Ageless and Essential Human Right

HEALTH- There’s an old adage: “With age comes wisdom.” Applying that adage to our current healthcare environment is the next great challenge for all of us in the LGBT community—especially those of us in the Stonewall generation who fought to gain acceptance and rights that were once unimaginable.