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A New York City Public School teacher wants to help parents, teachers, students and staffs keep track of important school dates.
John Tran who is a high school art teacher in Brooklyn, has created the New York City School Calendar app. The app imports dates including school closings, staff development days and regents days directly onto iPhones.
Patients cheer as Espada assures there will be "no burial" for the clinics, and calls the investigation unwarranted.
A network of health clinics in the Bronx founded by embattled former state senate majority leader Pedro Espada, could be headed for shut down. Soundview HealthCare Network could reportedly lose millions in Medicaid funding as the state investigates its finances.
Riverbank State Park was re-opened Friday but pools will remained closed until Saturday.
Progress was reported Friday on repairs at a Manhattan wastewater treatment plant that disgorged millions of gallons of raw sewage into the Hudson River, and environmentalists in New Jersey said there appeared to be no impact on the shore and shellfish beds there.
New York State will begin collecting taxes on cigarettes sold by Indian-operated companies
New York's renewed effort to collect taxes on cigarettes and tobacco products sold by Indian-operated companies has led to seizures of $1.2 million worth of untaxed tobacco products in the last three weeks outside Indian land.