Ulrich Tells Board 9 Crime Spike Is Due To Reductions
A “dramatic” rise in citywide crime is the result of a depleted
number of police officers safeguarding the public, a
local legislator told members of Community Board 9 during
their Apr. 13 meeting in Richmond Hill.
The Manhattan man who allegedly strangled a transgender
woman inside her Ridgewood apartment last month allegedly
doused her body with bleach in an apparent attempt to
cover his tracks, law enforcement sources reported.
While the effort of saving
lives never gets any easier for
the crew at the Ridgewood
Volunteer Ambulance Corps,
their members say there are
few experiences as fulfilling as
delivering babies on an elevator
or providing medical attention
to a patient in cardiac
arrest whose life is More...
MARIA ZIMMERMANN (nee Kracker), age 80 years, of Rensselaer, passed away on Tuesday, April 13, 2010 at her residence surrounded by her loving family. She was born in Austria and lived in Queens for many years before moving to Rensselaer 15 years ago. Mrs. Zimmermann was a homemaker and she also worked at Mueller Bros. Knitting Mill in Queens and retired from the Metropolitan Museum of Art. More...
In one breath, the American public is being told that the
economy is improving. In the next breath, they’re told that
the jobless rate is still above nine percent, and may even
creep up a little further.
So there I was, speaking at a forum sponsored by Al Sharpton’s
National Action Network—not exactly my core audience.
But since the reverend comes on my TV program from time to
time, I felt it was worthy to return the favor. More...