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    Wendy Williams isnt coming back quite yet. Talk show host Wendy Williams took to Instagram on Friday, July 10 to give fans an update about how she is doing amid her show’s hiatus. The 55-year-old shared a brief Instagram live video taken from her New York City apartment. She discussed when fans can expect for The Wendy Williams Show to return and also thanked frontline workers. Production for Williams’ television show had to be shut down months ago due to...
    NEW YORK (WABC) -- Fast-moving Tropical Storm Fay made landfall just north of Atlantic City, New Jersey on Friday, bringing heavy rains that closed beaches and flooded streets from the shore to New York City.Tropical storm and flash flood warnings were issued for New York City, Long Island, New Jersey and across the Tri-State.RELATED: For weather updates wherever you go, please download the AccuWeather appJust before 8:00 p.m., Tropical Storm Fay was centered near Jackson Township, New Jersey with winds...
    NEW YORK -- Fast-moving Tropical Storm Fay made landfall just north of Atlantic City, New Jersey on Friday, bringing heavy rains that closed beaches and flooded streets from the shore to New York City.Tropical storm and flash flood warnings were issued for New York City, Long Island, New Jersey and across the Tri-State.RELATED: For weather updates wherever you go, please download the AccuWeather appJust before 8:00 p.m., Tropical Storm Fay was centered near Jackson Township, New Jersey with winds of...
    NEW YORK (WABC) -- Fast-moving Tropical Storm Fay made landfall just north of Atlantic City, New Jersey on Friday, bringing heavy rains that closed beaches and flooded streets from the shore to New York City.Tropical storm and flash flood warnings were issued for New York City, Long Island, New Jersey and across the Tri-State.RELATED: For weather updates wherever you go, please download the AccuWeather appJust before 8:00 p.m., Tropical Storm Fay was centered near Jackson Township, New Jersey with winds...
    NEW YORK -- Fast-moving Tropical Storm Fay made landfall just north of Atlantic City, New Jersey on Friday, bringing heavy rains that closed beaches and flooded streets from the shore to New York City.Tropical storm and flash flood warnings were issued for New York City, Long Island, New Jersey and across the Tri-State.RELATED: For weather updates wherever you go, please download the AccuWeather appJust before 8:00 p.m., Tropical Storm Fay was centered near Jackson Township, New Jersey with winds of...
    NEW YORK - Fast-moving Tropical Storm Fay made landfall in New Jersey on Friday amid heavy, lashing rains that closed beaches and flooded shore town streets. The storm system was expected to bring 5 to 10 centimeters of rain, with the possibility of minor coastal flooding from New Jersey to Rhode Island as well as flash flooding, The U.S. National Hurricane Center said in its 5 p.m. advisory. Thats down from earlier forecasts of about 8 to 13 centimeters...
    On the front lines of the war on COVID-19, there are many civilian heroes going out of their way, as volunteers and contributors. Also, many who are elected to serve are going the extra mile. In this column the Eagle hopes to give our readers an ongoing update on those fighting in the front lines. Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Friday announced that New York State will send the COVID-19 medication Remdesivir to Florida as the state struggles with a resurgence...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – The area around City Hall has a much different look these days, between a protest encampment set up outside for weeks and graffiti scrawled across several buildings. CBS2’s Andrea Grymes asked what Mayor Bill de Blasio is doing about it. Some say it’s freedom of expression. To others, it’s a blight reminiscent of 1980’s New York, with the added element of death threats against police. Graffiti is everywhere, covering historic and once-pristine buildings near City Hall,...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – Restaurant owners say the last thing they need is another setback, but they’re getting one in the form of Tropical Storm Fay. Elizabeth Kajtazi owns Michaelangelo’s Restaurant on Arthur Avenue which could seat 76 people before the pandemic. Capacity is now limited to 20, with outdoor dining only for the foreseeable future. But, no one wants to settle down to eat in a downpour. Kajtazi was moving tables partway indoors Friday afternoon. “There’s no point of...
    Tropical Storm Fay made landfall on Friday afternoon after lashing the East Coast with heavy rainfall and strong winds. The storm struck about 10 miles north of Atlantic City, the National Hurricane Center said in its 5 p.m. advisory.  The storm is currently located about 90 miles south of New York City, and is moving north at about 14 miles per hour, the hurricane center said. It has maximum sustained winds of about 50 miles per hour.  The storm is...
    Ever since George M. Cohan wrote “Give My Regards to Broadway” back in 1904, Manhattan’s longest street has been synonymous with theater and the throng of Times Square. But as every New Yorker knows, each section of Broadway, from the Canyon of Heroes in the Financial District to its winding finale in Inwood, has its own unique charms. Author William J. Hennessey has cataloged the best of the street in his new book, “Walking Broadway: Thirteen Miles of Architecture and...
    Nail salons reopened this week in New York City as the five boroughs entered Phase 3 of reopening, but the long-term prospects for the survival of these omnipresent businesses — and the guaranteed safety of both workers and customers — is far from certain. Starting last Monday, “personal care” services, including spas, massage parlors, and the city’s estimated 4,000 nail salons, were allowed to reopen in a limited capacity. But the reopenings will hardly mark a return to the typical...
    New York City canceled all large gatherings through September but won’t regulate social justice protests, Democratic New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said on CNN. The city cancelled street fairs, outdoor concerts and parades due to health concerns, de Blasio told Wolf Blitzer in an interview Thursday night. De Blasio said it’s “just not time” for events that draw thousands to the city. “We understand at this moment in history people are talking about the need for historic changes,”...
    Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York City Tropical Storm Fay‘s storm center is still 200 miles south of New York, but we’re already beginning to feel her windy, wet wrath. The 2 p.m. update from the National Hurricane Center showed that Fay strengthened a bit from this morning, with maximum sustained winds of 60 mph at the center of the low. That’s up from the 45 mph winds...
    Women for America First, a Virginia-based nonprofit, has requested to paint a New York City street mural, similar to that of the already completed Black Lives Matter painting. The organization’s remarks were made in a letter from Executive Director Kylie Jane Kremer to New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio (D), who took part in producing the city’s latest Black Lives Matter mural on Manhattan’s Fifth Avenue outside of Trump Tower. “In light of New York City’s decision to open Fifth...
    Oh, rats — there goes the appetite. Some New York City restauranteurs reportedly have another problem on their plates after recently reopening for outdoor dining amid the coronavirus health crisis: rats. As part of Phase 2 of the city’s reopening plan, food-serving establishments in the Big Apple got the green light to welcome customers with sidewalk and patio seating starting on June 22. However, some business owners have complained that all the al fresco dining is drawing rodents. Some Big Apple business...
    PEOPLE are reportedly being attacked by hungry super rats as they dine outside as owners beg officials for help. The flailing restaurant industry is trying to get back to business with people eating their food outside to mitigate the spread of coronavirus. Diners have encountered super rats as they eat outsideCredit: Getty Images - Getty A rat scampers across High Line Park in New York CityCredit: Getty Images - Getty The news comes as restaurants reopened outdoor areas for people...
    The United States of America is leading the global chart for coronavirus positive cases. The country has so far recorded over 3.2 million COVID-19 infections. More than 135,800 people have died because of the deadly virus. And the numbers are rising every day. More importantly, New York is America’s COVID-19 epicenter. Despite the threats, the US Open has decided to stage the tournament in August this year. Athletes are concerned about their health. But it seems that the US Open...
    Democratic New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio was heckled by a group of protestors Thursday after he showed up to help paint a Black Lives Matter mural on Fifth Avenue outside Trump Tower. The mayor was joined by his wife First Lady Chirlane McCray, Rev. Al Sharpton, Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams and Democratic New York Rep. Carolyn Maloney, the New York Post reported. After arriving at the scene, the mayor was heckled by a few men who shouted...
    NEW YORK (WABC) -- New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announced that all large events requiring a city events permit will be canceled through September 30 -- including the West Indian Day Parade and Feast of San Gennaro -- as the city works to prioritize open spaces for public use.The city will not issue a permit for any event in a location that interferes with the Open Streets or Open Restaurants program, and permits will also be denied for...
    A statue of Christopher Columbus was removed from Columbus Park on Buffalo’s West Side at the request of an Italian-American group to prevent vandalism and demonstrate how change can be peaceful in the community. Don Alessi, past president of the Federation of Italian-American Societies of Western New York, said the Columbus statue would be relocated to another site in the upstate city, The Buffalo News reported. The federation hoped to replace the statue with another that will honor Italian immigrants,...
    Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York City If a survey that City Comptroller Scott Stringer conducted is any indication, minority- and women-owned businesses (M/WBEs) across New York City are having the most difficult time weathering the economic storm wrought by the COVID-19 pandemic. Stringer announced Friday the results of a survey of more than 500 M/WBEs across the five boroughs, which concluded that 85% of owners indicated they...
    Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York City Trailing an estimated 10,000 votes behind political newcomer Jamaal Bowman, incumbent congressman Eliot Engel has sued both New York City and Westchester County’s Board of Elections during a recount that could take weeks to resolve. That lawsuit is meant to entail “the court to rule on the validity of the casting or canvassing, or refusal to cast or canvass, any such ballots,”...
    Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York City BY JENNA FANELLI Taking a dip in the pool is arguably the most popular way to cool down under the summer sun. Come Aug. 1, there will be plenty of  NYC pools reopening for your family to splash around in. More than a dozen outdoor pools throughout the five boroughs will be a part of the city’s reopening, so you’ll have...
    Earlier this month, New York City decided to pump the brakes on reopening restaurants for indoor dining due to fears of spreading COVID-19, but soon the court system will reopen for in-person appearances. Chief Administrative Judge Lawrence Marks announced late Tuesday that starting on Monday, Aug. 10, grand juries will convene in criminal cases at New York City courthouses. “As we move forward with our phased-in restoration of in-court operations in the five boroughs, we will continue to work diligently...