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Woman hit by chair that flew off NYC roof sues 76ers co-owner after accident
"How [the chair] didn’t kill her is a miracle honestly," Sen's lawyer Benedict Morelli told The Post. "She is very damaged but she is not dead."
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Corey Johnson drops out of NYC mayoral race
City Council Speaker Corey Johnson has ended his bid for mayor — saying he is doing so to focus on the city and his own mental health issues. The decision, which followed a rough summer for the speaker, was announced in a statement Thursday. “It was no secret that I had been considering a run...
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Man gunned down in Far Rockaway as neighborhood sees spike in homicides
A 27-year-old man was fatally shot in Queens on Wednesday afternoon, cops said. The victim was found at about 5:45 p.m. with several bullets wounds to his torso outside of an apartment building at 207 Beach 31 St. in Far Rockaway, according to police. EMS took the man to nearby St. John’s Episcopal Hospital, but...
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De Blasio vows to crack down on COVID-19 ‘clusters’ in Brooklyn
The city is ramping up efforts to crackdown on coronavirus “clusters” in Brooklyn — with a “serious uptick” in cases popping up in predominantly Orthodox Jewish neighborhoods, Mayor Bill de Blasio said Wednesday. The mayor pointed out two areas of concern with dense Jewish populations at his press briefing: the Ocean Parkway cluster, encompassing Midwood, Borough...
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Four NYC areas, including Brooklyn ‘cluster’, have 20 percent of city COVID-19 cases
Six Big Apple neighborhoods now account for 20 percent of all coronavirus cases citywide — part of a local surge in the global pandemic that includes a stretch of southern Brooklyn dubbed the “Ocean Parkway Cluster,” health officials said Tuesday. The cluster, along a thoroughfare in Midwood, Borough Park and Bensonhurst, reported a 4.7 percent...
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Anarchists react to Justice Dept. labeling NYC an ‘anarchist jurisdiction’
Among those who don’t take kindly to the Department of Justice labeling New York City an “anarchist jurisdiction” are, well … anarchists. Proud members of the lawlessness-and-disorder set have pushed back against the designation — first reported by The Post — which could see federal funding siphoned from the city unless it clamps down. “It...
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NYC students who need reading tutors may be out of luck this year
Go Pass, the DOE-run background check service that screens all volunteers, requires the unpaid workers to get fingerprinted at their Brooklyn facility but is yet to come up with a pandemic-friendly system.
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Subway door flings wide open as train crosses Manhattan Bridge
Stand clear of the open door!
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