Revolutionizing NYC Commutes: Electric Air Taxis Aim for 2025 Launch

In a groundbreaking achievement, test flights for the first-ever electric air taxi, designed to transport passengers swiftly from JFK Airport to Manhattan in just seven minutes, have successfully taken place. This innovative transportation solution, developed by Joby Aviation, holds the…

Closure of The Vernon C. Bain Correctional Center, Last Floating Prison in NYC Shuts Down

The Vernon C. Bain Correctional Center, commonly known as “The Boat,” has closed its doors after nearly three decades of operation. This floating prison barge, introduced by the New York City Department of Corrections in 1992, aimed to alleviate overcrowding…

Stroock & Stroock & Lavan LLP’s To Dissolve After 147 Years

The closure of Stroock & Stroock & Lavan LLP signifies a profound transformation in the legal landscape of New York City, as the esteemed institution has been a fixture in the city’s professional milieu since the late 19th century. The…

Clash of Tunes: Concert Noise Divides Forest Hills Community

Queens natives LL Cool J and Run-DMC, considered hip-hop royalty, found themselves at the center of a noise-related controversy in the exclusive Forest Hills Gardens enclave in August 2022. The legendary rappers headlined the Rock the Bells Festival at Forest…

David Muir: A Humble Star with Surprises in the City

David Muir, renowned for his role as an ABC news anchor, maintains a peaceful abode in the bustling heart of Manhattan. The journalist, known for his commitment to a low-key lifestyle, recently found himself in a surprising situation while taking…

Tragic Discovery in Brooklyn, Elderly Woman Found Dead Inside Her Apartment

In a shocking and heart-wrenching incident, the lifeless body of an elderly woman was discovered inside a box in her Brooklyn apartment. The grim discovery occurred on a Friday when a social worker, conducting a routine home visit, stumbled upon…

New York Man Arrested for Arson and Attempted Murder in Rent Dispute

In a shocking incident in New York, a man found himself on the wrong side of the law as he set fire to a property due to a rent-related dispute. The authorities have identified the culprit as Rafiqul Islam, and…

Coyote Makes Surprise Appearance in Rare Parts of New York

The history of coyotes in New York is a puzzle wrapped in an enigma. These elusive creatures have a knack for appearing in the most unexpected places, leaving residents and experts alike intrigued. While the timeline of their arrival remains…

Aftermath of NYC’s Deluge: State of Emergency Declared Amidst Torrential Storms

New York City found itself grappling with the aftermath of a relentless downpour, experiencing its wettest day since Hurricane Ida. The city was caught off guard as a sudden, potent rainstorm struck during rush hour, leaving streets and highways submerged…

Security Concerns Arise as Man Jumps into 9/11 Memorial Reflecting Pool

On a solemn Monday afternoon in New York City, an incident at the 9/11 Memorial sent shockwaves through the community. A 33-year-old man was arrested after he jumped into the memorial’s iconic reflecting pool, according to the police. The incident…