Holly Bonner, a mother of two, lost her eyesight after a long battle with breast cancer. With no vision, she found it extremely difficult to participate in the small joys of parenting, most recently including Easter egg hunts. With the help of local officials, this Staten Island mom created beeping easter eggs to help kids […]
Cynthia Nixon has name recognition. Now she needs endorsements, money, and better polls.
Move aside graffiti, a new form of street art is tip-toeing its way onto the scene–”Yarn Bombing,” covering objects or structures in a public place with yarn or crochet. For some reason, millennials seem drawn to the art form. For example, London Kaye, a Brooklyn street artist, likes to put up her artwork on fences […]
Water pipes in New York are old and crumbling. Could they affect the quality of the city’s drinking water?
Days after the shooting in Parkland, Florida, a bullied teenager gets caught after saying he wanted to buy a gun online
A fourth NYC child has succumbed to this year’s epidemic, still on the rise, and schools are fighting back
Luz Maria Sanchez died in September at the age of 48 in her Brooklyn home. Her sister said she has yet to receive her body from the funeral home
New drug detection devices are coming to JFK’s mailroom to slow the flow of deadly illegal fentanyl