A Tornado Watch is in effect for New York City until 5 Monday afternoon, according to NYC.gov.
New York City says construction sites and buildings should be secured, because high winds are expected. … Full Article
Bill de Blasio, public advocate and Democratic nominee for New York City mayor, has filed an amicus brief in federal court opposing a lawsuit by a newly formed political action committee to overturn limits on donations from wealthy donors. … Full Article
The mother of a Connecticut woman, and former Brooklyn student, who was shot to death by police after trying to breach a barrier at the White House said her daughter was suffering from post-partum depression. … Full Article
ROD stands for “record of decision” and is one of a slew of initials and acronyms that those following the progress of the Environmental Protection Agency’s Superfund designation and investigation of the putrid brew that is the Gowanus Canal have had to familiarize themselves with. … Full Article
On Aug. 17, 2012, Ellen Meyers, a Boerum Hill resident, was crossing Pacific Street at Court when a car heading west on Pacific brushed her leashed puppy, Mambo. By the time she reached the veterinarian across the street, the dog had died in her arms. … Full Article