A man who shot and killed Daniel Enriquez, 48, on a Q train in Lower Manhattan on Sunday, May 22 was still at large after what appeared to be a random act of violence, according to authorities. It was the fourth subway homicide since Jan. 1.
Cops Capture Subway Shooting Suspect
Police have nabbed the suspect who went on a shooting rampage on a Brooklyn subway train, authorities said. The suspect, identified by police as Frank R. James, 62, was arrested Wednesday — the day after the shootings — in the East Village following a stabbing incident.
St. Patrick’s Day Mass, Parade Triumphantly Rebound from Pandemic Hiatus
With a soundtrack of bagpipes and drums, marchers with banners and flags marched down 5th Avenue Thursday in the return of the annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade, a long-awaited rebound after a two-year pandemic-induced absence.
Adams Cool, Sliwa Feisty in Televised Debate
Eric Adams and Curtis Sliwa, New York City’s top-ticket candidates for mayor, took the debate stage Oct. 20, to explain their platforms on gun violence, economic recovery, and vaccine mandates for schools and public workers. They also blasting each other’s character.
Mayoral Hopefuls Stake Out Positions on Homelessness
The three major mayoral candidates — Democrat Eric Adams, Republican Curtis Sliwa and Conservative Bill Pepitone — have offered a wide range of ideas on how to address the tragedy of homelessness in New York.
St. Thomas Aquinas Pastor Credits Flatlands Parish for Food Pantry Accolade
Father Dwayne Davis said that if he is ever called upon to run a food distribution program again, he knows how to do it, and parishioners will make it happen.
Adams Brings Varied Resume in Race to Become New York’s Next Mayor
Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams, the retired cop and former state senator who won the Democratic mayoral primary, has spent most of his life working law enforcement and politics and is hoping his ability to navigate both worlds will propel him into Gracie Mansion.
Frontline Workers Honored During New York City’s First ‘Hometown Heroes’ Parade
On Dec. 14, Sandra Lindsay made headlines as the first American to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. On July 7, the intensive care nurse from New York was honored for her bravery by serving as Grand Marshal of New York City’s first “Hometown Heroes” ticker-tape parade that honored essential workers.
Business Owners Nervously Reopen as New York City Enters Phase Two
Bay Ridge business owners reopened on June 22 under Phase Two in the coronavirus recovery, with many expressing cautious optimism for the future.