NYC man correctly predicts he will avoid bail after 3 busts in 36 hours

A homeless man from Brooklyn was bullied three times in just 36 hours last week, and bragged to NYPD police that he would evade bail on every trip because he “did not have a record.” He turned out to be right. Agustin Garcia, 63, was charged with robbing two Manhattan strap hangers – carrying a … Read more

Man known by the victim arrested in fatal stabbing of 40-year-old NYC man

A Brooklyn man has been arrested in connection with a fatal horror film-style stabbing in which the victim’s blood was smeared over the front door of an apartment building in Bay Ridge. Vito Bauza, 56, was charged on Saturday with murder and criminal possession of a weapon in the murder of Ernest Diaz, 40. Diaz … Read more

NYC says it will remove “squatter” from dangerous basement pillows

The city will finally launch an alleged basement occupant in Brooklyn – more than four months after declaring his pillow illegal and “dangerous.” The move from the Buildings Department comes amid a raging “New York-only” battle between landlords in 1313 West Sixth St., a 24-unit building in Bensonhurst, and their former superintendent living in the … Read more

Residents of Tribeca appear to be stopping the proposed cocktail lounge in NYC

Residents of Tribeca have asked a judge to turn off the lights for the plans for a cocktail lounge on Church Street, even though they are suffering from alleged evening parties already taking place on the ground floor of the building. The lounge, L’Entree, has not yet opened, but that has not stopped the raging … Read more

Snow showers are expected in NYC early Sunday

The weather outside will not be completely terrible, but the first snowfall of the year can cause dust in the region both Sunday and Monday. Little or no accumulation is expected as snow showers reach the New York Metro area early Sunday, AccuWeather meteorologist Tom Kines said. With temperatures hovering just around the freezing point … Read more

NYC school building costs highest in tri-state area

It does not take a mathematical buzz to see that these numbers do not match. Two new schools in New York and Jersey City are similar in almost every way – except the price. In the Bronx, a 46,000-square-foot expansion of the PS 33, which will add 388 seats, reported $ 70 million. In Jersey … Read more

Unvaxxed NYC pole faces showdown over COVID mandate

A newly elected woman on Queens City Council is preparing for a showdown with her new colleagues over the rules that councilors and their staff must be vaccinated against coronavirus. Vicki Paladino – a GOP firefighter from Whitestone – launched her ointment against the sting this week, telling The Post that “under no circumstances” will … Read more