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Former President Trump Rushed Offstage After Apparent Shots Fired At PA Rally Former President Trump Rushed Offstage After Apparent Shots Fired At PA Rally
Former President Trump Rushed Offstage After Apparent Shots Fired At PA Rally Secret Service agents rushed to get former President Donald Trump offstage after loud bangs were heard and he dropped to the ground at a campaign rally in Pennsylvania. Just minutes after the early evening event on Saturday, July 13 in Butler, just north of Pittsburgh, started, the apparent shots were heard. Trump had turned to show a chart of border crossing numbers when bangs rang throughout the crowd. He ducked and was tackled by Secret Service members as members of the crowd gasped and chanted, "U-S-A." Possible gunshots at former President Trump's rally in Butler, PA. Secret Servic…
Gloucester Pizzeria Dubbed 'Culinary Gem' Serves Up Best Pies In The US: Report Gloucester Pizzeria Dubbed 'Culinary Gem' Serves Up Best Pies In The US: Report
Gloucester Pizzeria Dubbed 'Culinary Gem' Serves Up Best Pies In The US: Report A Massachusetts eatery that offers both pizza and fresh oysters has been recognized by The New York Times as serving up some of the best pies – and most unique experiences – in America. The New York Times published its list, dubbed “22 of the Best Pizza Places in the United States” on Wednesday, July 26, highlighting fantastic pies across the country. Only one Massachusetts restaurant, located in Essex County was honored on the list, which reporter Brett Anderson describes as a “Neapolitan pizzeria crossed with a New England oyster bar.” The restaurant in question? Short & Main, loc…
Mount Vernon Native Sean Combs Accused Of Sexually Harassing, Drugging Male Producer: Report Mount Vernon Native Sean Combs Accused Of Sexually Harassing, Drugging Male Producer: Report
Mount Vernon Native Sean Combs Accused Of Sexually Harassing, Drugging Male Producer: Report Successful hip-hop artist and New York native Sean Combs, who is also known as "Puff Daddy," "P. Diddy," and "Diddy," is being sued by a producer on his latest album who is accusing him of sexual harassment, according to numerous reports.  The lawsuit against Combs, a Westchester County native from Mount Vernon, was filed in the US District Court for the Southern District of New York on Monday, Feb. 26, and accuses the artist and producer of sexually harassing, threatening, and drugging producer Rodney "Lil Rod" Jones, according to a report by NBC News.  According to the outlet, J…
Ex-Doctor Charged In Woman's Suicide In Kingston Motel Room Ex-Doctor Charged In Woman's Suicide In Kingston Motel Room
Ex-Doctor Charged In Woman's Suicide In Kingston Motel Room A former doctor has been charged in connection with a woman's suicide in a motel room in the region. The former doctor, Stephen P. Miller, age 85, of Tuscon, Arizona was charged with manslaughter in Ulster County on Friday, Feb. 2 in connection with the Thursday, Nov. 9, 2023 death in Kingston. Kingston PD officers who responded to the Super 8 Motel located on Washington Avenue for a report of an unresponsive person located the woman who they thought appeared to have committed suicide, police said. An investigation developed evidence there was a second person in the room who "contribu…
Hamptons Resident Alec Baldwin Again Charged With Manslaughter In On-Set Shooting, Report Says Hamptons Resident Alec Baldwin Again Charged With Manslaughter In On-Set Shooting, Report Says
Hamptons Resident Alec Baldwin Again Charged With Manslaughter In On-Set Shooting, Report Says Actor Alec Baldwin is again facing criminal charges in the accidental on-set shooting that killed a cinematographer, The New York Times reports. A New Mexico grand jury indicted the 65-year-old “30 Rock” star on one count of involuntary manslaughter on Friday, Jan. 19, in the death of Halyna Hutchins, according to the outlet. The move came nine months after prosecutors announced they were dropping manslaughter charges against Baldwin citing the need for further investigation. Earlier Report: Not Off Hook Yet: Alec Baldwin Charges Dropped; 'Further Investigation' Needed, DA Says Hut…
'Rise From The Ashes': Last Remaining Tesla Laboratory Aims To Rebuild After Shoreham Fire 'Rise From The Ashes': Last Remaining Tesla Laboratory Aims To Rebuild After Shoreham Fire
'Rise From The Ashes': Last Remaining Tesla Laboratory Aims To Rebuild After Shoreham Fire The science center and only remaining laboratory of science great Nikola Tesla, located on Long Island, made an impassioned plea for help after a fire destroyed years of progress and put the entire building at risk. “Going into last week, we were never in better shape.” Before the Tuesday, Nov. 21 fire at Wardenclyffe in Shoreham (also known as the Tesla Science Center at Wardenclyffe, or TSCW), things were looking up. The center, purchased in 2013 thanks to community funding and the work of those dedicated to honoring Tesla, has slowly been rebuilt and restored in the decade since. Mo…
'We Want Him Back': Pair From Same Nassau County HS Believed To Have Been Kidnapped In Israel 'We Want Him Back': Pair From Same Nassau County HS Believed To Have Been Kidnapped In Israel
'We Want Him Back': Pair From Same Nassau County HS Believed To Have Been Kidnapped In Israel Two Israeli soldiers who graduated from the same Long Island high school are among the possibly dozens of missing Americans thought to have been taken hostage by the militant group Hamas. Two men thought to be held hostage by Hamas, one of whom has been identified as 21-year-old Omer Neutra, both graduated from the Schecter School of Long Island in Williston Park, according to reports by ABC 7 and The New York Times. New York City Mayor Eric Adams met with Ronen and Orna Neutra, Omer’s parents, in an emotional moment shared via the platform X (formerly Twitter). “The war hits home,” Ada…
Pine Plains Eatery Makes Top 50 US Restaurants List: New Report Pine Plains Eatery Makes Top 50 US Restaurants List: New Report
Pine Plains Eatery Makes Top 50 US Restaurants List: New Report A new report by The New York Times listed four New York eateries among the Top 50 in the nation. Stissing House, located in Dutchess County at 7801 South Main Street in Pine Plains, is among the locales to be lauded by The Times in its 2023 “The Restaurant List,” which tests hundreds of eateries across the US to determine which are sending out the most exceptional and exciting dishes. Situated in a building with over 200 years of history, Stissing House as it’s known today officially opened in March 2022 when Clare de Boer took over the French restaurant and turned it into a country taver…
Gilgo Beach Serial Murders: New Reports Shed Light On How Suspect's Wife Became Key To Case Gilgo Beach Serial Murders: New Reports Shed Light On How Suspect's Wife Became Key To Case
Gilgo Beach Serial Murders: New Reports Shed Light On How Suspect's Wife Became Key To Case The wife of Rex Heuermann, the suspected Long Island Gilgo Beach killer, unknowingly helped investigators zero in on her husband when two of her hairs were found on the bodies of two of the victims, according to new reports. Heuermann, of the village of Massapequa Park in Nassau County, is charged with killing Melissa Barthelemy, Megan Waterman, and Amber Costello and burying their bodies in a grassy area of Gilgo Beach, located in the town of Babylon in Suffolk County. He's also a suspect in the murder of Maureen Brainard-Barnes. Investigators said, those hairs helped link Heuermann but d…
Suspect In Gilgo Beach Serial Murders ID'd As 59-Year-Old Massapequa Park Architect Suspect In Gilgo Beach Serial Murders ID'd As 59-Year-Old Massapequa Park Architect
Suspect In Gilgo Beach Serial Murders ID'd As 59-Year-Old Massapequa Park Architect New update: NY Serial Murders: Pizza Crust Helped Nab Suspect Who Allegedly Taunted Victim's Family A man taken into custody for the Giglo Beach serial killer murders on Long Island has been identified as a local architect who has lived for years near where the bodies of the 10 victims were found, according to multiple reports and sources. Rex Heuermann, age 59, of Massapequa Park, was taken into custody on Thursday, July 13 around 8:30 p.m., for at least some of the murder victims, nine of whom were women, found on the south shore of Long Island known as Gilgo Beach, The New York Times re…
AT LONG LAST: Fort Lee Bar Owner’s Killer Returned To NJ After 30 Years AT LONG LAST: Fort Lee Bar Owner’s Killer Returned To NJ After 30 Years
AT Long Last: Fort Lee Bar Owner’s Killer Returned To NJ After 30 Years Justice may have been delayed, but it isn't being denied to loved ones of a Bergen County businessman who was tortured, robbed and savagely slain in his Hudson River apartment three decades ago. Jimmy Polites began the night of Aug. 4, 1994 with friends at the tavern he co-owned in Fort Lee. Hours later he was bound to a chair and hanged with an electrical cord in his Edgewater townhouse. It has taken nearly 30 years for his killer to finally pay. Thomas Christopher James was released from a New York State prison late this week after serving 28 years for murdering a reputed Long Island mo…
Unabomber Ted Kaczynski Dies By Suicide, Sources Say, NJ Businessman Was Among Victims Unabomber Ted Kaczynski Dies By Suicide, Sources Say, NJ Businessman Was Among Victims
Unabomber Ted Kaczynski Dies By Suicide, Sources Say, NJ Businessman Was Among Victims The serial-killing domestic terrorist who infamously became known as the Unabomber took his own life in his cell at a federal medical prison, according to a report. U.S. Bureau of Prisons records confirm that Theodore John “Ted” Kaczynski, 81, died on Saturday, June 10. His body was found in the cell around 8 a.m., a bureau spokesperson said. Dubbed the Unabomber by the FBI, Kaczynski was serving four life terms for killing three people – among them, a New Jersey advertising executive – and injured dozens more with homemade bombs in various parts of the country between 1978 and 1995. Kacz…
Detained WSJ Reporter From NJ Posted Chilling Tweets On Kremlin Coverage Detained WSJ Reporter From NJ Posted Chilling Tweets On Kremlin Coverage
Detained WSJ Reporter From NJ Posted Chilling Tweets On Kremlin Coverage Resurfaced tweets show Evan Gershkovich knew the perils of reporting on the Kremlin.  The Wall Street Journal reporter and 31-year-old Mercer County native remains detained in Russia, for allegedly trying to obtain classified information, and was detained in Yekaterinburg, Russia's Federal Security Service said Thursday, March 30. Gershkovich, who grew up in Princeton and played soccer for Bowdoin College, sent out the following tweet in July 2022: Ilya Yashin, one of the last prominent opposition politicians in Russia, is now facing 10 years in prison for spreading fake news about the…
'I Will NOT Resign': Embattled Nassau Rep. Santos Defiant Amid Republican Calls To Step Down 'I Will NOT Resign': Embattled Nassau Rep. Santos Defiant Amid Republican Calls To Step Down
'I Will NOT Resign': Embattled Nassau Rep. Santos Defiant Amid Republican Calls To Step Down This story has been updated. Embattled New York Rep. George Santos is refusing to step down despite calls from state Republicans to do so after the newly sworn-in Congressman admitted to lying about key parts of his background on the campaign trail. Speaking at a press conference on Long Island Wednesday, Jan. 11, Nassau County GOP Chair Joseph Cairo demanded the freshman lawmaker’s “immediate resignation,” saying Santos used “deceit, lies, and fabrications” to convince voters to back his campaign. “He disgraced the House of Representatives,” Cairo said. “He has no place in the Nassau Cou…
Pants On Fire: DA Launches Probe Into Nassau Congressman-Elect Who Lied About Past, Report Says Pants On Fire: DA Launches Probe Into Nassau Congressman-Elect Who Lied About Past, Report Says
Pants On Fire: DA Launches Probe Into Nassau Congressman-Elect Who Lied About Past, Report Says Incoming New York Congressman George Santos is now at the center of a potential criminal investigation after admitting that he lied about his background on the campaign trail, NBC New York reports.  Nassau County District Attorney Anne Donnelly revealed Wednesday, Dec. 28, that her office is investigating the Republican politician following his admission that he “embellished” his resume and lied about graduating from college, the outlet reports. Earlier Report: NY Congressman-Elect May Have Lied About Key Parts Of Resume, Report Says “The numerous fabrications and inconsistencies associat…
Amazon Plans To Lay Off Around 10,000 Employees, Report Says Amazon Plans To Lay Off Around 10,000 Employees, Report Says
Amazon Plans To Lay Off Around 10,000 Employees, Report Says A week before the holiday shopping season officially kicks off, Amazon is set to begin laying off approximately 10,000 corporate and technology employees, The New York Times reports. Job cuts at the online retail giant were expected to start the week of Monday, Nov. 14, and will primarily affect Amazon’s retail, devices, and human resources divisions, according to the outlet. The largest in its history, the layoffs would impact 1 percent of the company’s global workforce and 3 percent of its corporate employees. It follows several other cost-cutting moves that CEO Andy Jassy has implemente…
'We Did It': Jahana Hayes Declares Victory In Heated CT Congressional District, Logan Concedes 'We Did It': Jahana Hayes Declares Victory In Heated CT Congressional District, Logan Concedes
'We Did It': Jahana Hayes Declares Victory In Heated CT Congressional District, Logan Concedes After several long hours of counting votes, Democratic US Rep. Jahana Hayes has finally declared victory in her race against Republican challenger George Logan for Connecticut's 5th Congressional District.  Earlier Report - CT Congressional Race With National Implications For Party Control Is 'ThisClose' Hayes, who will serve her third term in the seat, won by 1,842 votes with 50.36 percent of all votes cast, according to The New York Times. Logan got 49.64 percent of the vote. This margin is above the amount that would require a recount by state law, according to Connecticut's Office of …
CT Congressional Race With National Implications For Party Control Is 'ThisClose' CT Congressional Race With National Implications For Party Control Is 'ThisClose'
CT Congressional Race With National Implications For Party Control Is 'ThisClose' The race for Connecticut's 5th Congressional District between Democratic US Rep. Jahana Hayes and Republican challenger George Logan is still too close to call, with the results containing national implications for which party will control Congress.  Hayes currently leads with 50.37 percent, or 126,893 votes, compared to Logan's 49.63 percent, or 125,052 votes, with more than 95 percent of votes counted, according to The New York Times as of Wednesday afternoon.  Hayes, the first African-American woman to represent Connecticut in Congress, is running for a third term to represent Connectic…
Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro Projected Winner Of Gubernatorial Race: Reports Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro Projected Winner Of Gubernatorial Race: Reports
Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro Projected Winner Of Gubernatorial Race: Reports Democratic candidate and current Pennsylvania Attorney General, Josh Shapiro has been projected as the winner of the Pennsylvania gubernatorial race, according to NBC News, the New York Times, and the Associated Press. Although every precinct has not submitted results, Shapiro leads with 74% of precincts reporting, according to NBC.  BREAKING: Democrat Josh Shapiro wins Pennsylvania governor's race, NBC News projects. https://t.co/IAT1oNcXPg pic.twitter.com/osRepr5Vr0 — NBC News (@NBCNews) November 9, 2022 Shapiro has not yet formally declared victory. You can view county-by-county re…
New Ranking Reveals Top 50 Restaurants Nationwide New Ranking Reveals Top 50 Restaurants Nationwide
New Ranking Reveals Top 50 Restaurants Nationwide Fifty restaurants nationwide have been selected by The New York Times as "restaurants we love most in 2022." The selections include eateries from Portland, Maine to Eastsound in Washington State, and include restaurants in Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Oklahoma, among other states, including two in Nashville, Tennessee, and two in Coral Gables, Florida. The list was published on Tuesday, Sept. 19. Connecticut didn't make the cut, but neighboring New York State had six restaurants selected, with five of them in New York City: Bonnies: Cited for making Cantonese cuisine "seem new a…
NY Times Labels Chappaqua 'A Hamlet That’s Not Cookie-Cutter' In Feature NY Times Labels Chappaqua 'A Hamlet That’s Not Cookie-Cutter' In Feature
NY Times Labels Chappaqua 'A Hamlet That’s Not Cookie-Cutter' In Feature A new in-depth feature from The New York Times has highlighted a Westchester County hamlet that is "not cookie-cutter." The news outlet published the story about Chappaqua on Wednesday, June 15, sharing information about the hamlet's real estate, history, schools, and more.  “What’s beautiful about Chappaqua is that it’s not cookie-cutter. We have antiques, Capes, old estates and McMansions -- we have it all," Deena Bouchier, a resident of Chappaqua for 23 years, told The Times. New Castle Town Supervisor Lisa Katz also discussed the sense of community in Chappaqua. Read th…
New Haven 'Coming Up’ After Decades Of Crime, New York Times Says New Haven 'Coming Up’ After Decades Of Crime, New York Times Says
New Haven 'Coming Up’ After Decades Of Crime, New York Times Says A Connecticut city is "coming up" thanks to its quality dining, architecture, and more following decades of crime, according to a new profile from The New York Times. The news outlet reported in a profile published on Wednesday, June 1, that New Haven residents have shared the ways that the city is seeing improvements in recent years following efforts to decrease crime and increase home ownership. Monika Mittelholzer, a resident who works as an administrative assistant at the Yale University School of Medicine, told the Times that when she first moved to the area in 2002, she didn't have a …
Redding Bakery's Popup Bagels Drawing Long Lines In NYC Redding Bakery's Popup Bagels Drawing Long Lines In NYC
Redding Bakery's Popup Bagels Drawing Long Lines In NYC Everyone knows the best bagels are found in … Connecticut?  Maybe, if recent buzz around a Fairfield County bakery is any indication. True to its name, Redding-based PopUpBagels has spent the past year staging pop-up locations around notoriously bagel-snobby New York City, with great success, The New York Times reports. During that time the self dubbed "not famous... but known" company has amassed a healthy following with spots in Manhattan, where long lines have been reported, as well as the Hamptons, the outlet reports. “What started as a backyard pickup window to share a newly cre…
New York Times Profile Cites Ulster County Hamlet's 'Feel-Good' Spirit New York Times Profile Cites Ulster County Hamlet's 'Feel-Good' Spirit
New York Times Profile Cites Ulster County Hamlet's 'Feel-Good' Spirit A new in-depth report from The New York Times has described the "feel-good" spirit of a Hudson Valley municipality that has seen a population increase over the past few years. The news outlet reported that the Ulster County hamlet of Highland has received a population boost during the COVID-19 pandemic as New Yorkers moved out of New York City seeking more space. The profile shares a variety of insights into the price of homes, the schools, and the history of the hamlet.  The Times also spoke with residents and people who work in Highland. "You have the beautiful views, the fantastic…
PA Lawmaker Proposes 32-Hour, 4-Day Workweek PA Lawmaker Proposes 32-Hour, 4-Day Workweek
PA Lawmaker Proposes 32-Hour, 4-Day Workweek Is your whole weekend spent recharging for the workweek?  Does "hump day" seem to never come soon enough? Then new legislation proposed by a Pennsylvania lawmaker is right up your alley. State Rep. Chris Rabb, a Philadelphia Democrat, hasn't formally introduced his bill yet, but he's calling for a four-day, 32-hour work week. The bill would ask the Legislative Budget and Finance Committee to conduct a cost-benefit study of the shorter workweek. "Everyone deserves to work to live and not live to work," Rabb said in a news release. A California congressman also has proposed a fou…
COVID-19: Johnson & Johnson Pauses Vaccine Production, Reports Say COVID-19: Johnson & Johnson Pauses Vaccine Production, Reports Say
Covid-19: Johnson & Johnson Pauses Vaccine Production, Reports Say The only Johnson & Johnson facility currently making viable batches of the company's one-dose COVID-19 vaccine has temporarily halted its production, according to a new report. According to The New York Times, Johnson & Johnson has stopped production of its current vaccine, potentially to create a more profitable version aimed at other viruses. With production on hold at its Dutch facility in the city of Leiden, hundreds of millions of doses could be taken out of circulation, though it is unclear how vaccine supplies in the US have been affected. Ayoade Alakija, a co-head of the A…
New Film/TV Facility In Westchester Could Become 'Burbank Of New York,' Report Says New Film/TV Facility In Westchester Could Become 'Burbank Of New York,' Report Says
New Film/TV Facility In Westchester Could Become 'Burbank Of New York,' Report Says Lights, cameras, action. A taste of Hollywood has come to the region as Great Point Studios officially opens its long-awaited Lionsgate Studios in Westchester. The sprawling new Yonkers facility which The New York Times said could become the “Burbank of New York” now becomes the largest modern-built film and television production facility in the Northeast. Long-term tenants at the new $500 million facility already include Lionsgate, Mediapro, and Syracuse University, which has entered an agreement "to create a distinctive learning and fully hands-on working experience for television,…
COVID-19: Omicron Doesn't Attack Lungs As Strongly As Other Variants, Studies Show COVID-19: Omicron Doesn't Attack Lungs As Strongly As Other Variants, Studies Show
Covid-19: Omicron Doesn't Attack Lungs As Strongly As Other Variants, Studies Show Brand-new studies are suggesting why the highly contagious COVID-19 strain Omicron is not as severe as other variants of the virus. Omicron is milder because it doesn't attack the lungs as strongly as other variants, according to the studies. Omicron produced less damaging infections, often limited largely to the upper airway - the nose, throat, and windpipe - in testing conducted on mice and hamsters, The New York Times reports. “The variant did much less harm to the lungs, where previous variants would often cause scarring and serious breathing difficulty," the report says. The findings…
COVID-19: Half Of Group Who Attended NYC Convention With Omicron-Infected Man Now Have Virus COVID-19: Half Of Group Who Attended NYC Convention With Omicron-Infected Man Now Have Virus
Covid-19: Half Of Group Who Attended NYC Convention With Omicron-Infected Man Now Have Virus Half of a group of about 30 people who traveled together to New York City with a Minnesota man who was the second American to test positive for the COVID-19 Omicron variant have become infected with the virus, the man told health officials in Minnesota, according to a report in The New York Times. It has not yet been determined how many of the 15 who tested positive for COVID are infected with the new strain, the report said. They all attended an Anime convention held the weekend before Thanksgiving at the Jacob Javits Center in Manhattan. Those attending were required to be vacci…
FBI Searches Westchester County Home In Ashley Biden Diary Theft Inquiry FBI Searches Westchester County Home In Ashley Biden Diary Theft Inquiry
FBI Searches Westchester County Home In Ashley Biden Diary Theft Inquiry The FBI carried out a court-ordered search at the suburban New York home of the founder of a conservative group in connection to an investigation involving the possible theft of a diary belonging to Ashley Biden, President Joe Biden’s 40-year-old daughter, according to a brand-new report by The New York Times. The search happened on Saturday, Oct. 30 at a Westchester County apartment associated with James O'Keefe of Project Veritas in Mamaroneck, the report said. An investigation into the matter was launched in October 2020, shortly before the Nov. 3 presidential election after a Biden…
Emmy Award-Winning TV Anchor From New York Dies At 53 Emmy Award-Winning TV Anchor From New York Dies At 53
Emmy Award-Winning TV Anchor From New York Dies At 53 A popular television personality from New York has died at the age of 53. Jovita Moore was an anchor at WSB-TV, Channel 2, an ABC-affiliated station in Atlanta. She had been diagnosed with incurable brain cancer after experiencing symptoms of disorientation and forgetfulness in April. Moore died Thursday night, Oct. 28 surrounded by her family. She is survived by her children, Shelby and Joshua, stepdaughter Lauren, and her mother, Yvonne. Moore's co-anchor, Justin Farmer, informed WSB viewers of the tragic news on Friday morning, Oct. 29. Moore had been a member …