By Reuven Fenton and Mark Lungariello The elderly parents of the FDNY lieutenant stabbed to death in an unprovoked Queens attack bashed surging violence in the city Friday, saying “it’s not stopping” and is “costing people their lives.” Paramedic […]
Due to the current circumstances of our fallen FDNY EMS Lieutenant Alison Russo-Elling and the forecasted weather we have decided to cancel our Annual Picnic on October 2nd.
Join us for a street co-naming ceremony on September 24, 2022, at 1:00 pm on the corner of 148th Road and Edgewood Street, Rosedale, NY in honor of EMT Wendell S.G. O’Brien
We are thrilled to announce that on Monday, September 19, a federal court judge, JudgeAnalisa Torres, approved the proposed class action claiming that the City of New York hasengaged in racial discrimination against fire protection […]
Sam Mellins / September 8, 2022 The mayor and major city unions plan to press the City Council to clear a path for a privatized Medicare plan for retired city workers. This article was published in partnership […]
Legislation (S.8389-C/A.9523-B) Removes Barriers to Accessing Federal Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program by Clarifying Key Terms, Allowing Employers to Certify Employment Announces Statewide Outreach Effort to Help Eligible New Yorkers Take Advantage of Federal Time-Limited […]
WTC Legislation NY-AB 9922 By Abbate, Jr., Peter J.. Relates to presumptive evidence for individuals who participated in the World Trade Center rescue, recovery and clean-up operations. – Signed by the Governor (Chap: 559) NY-SB […]
NOTE: This is unrelated to the September 11th Victim Compensation Fund which does not have a 9/11/22 deadline. If you were a New York State or New York City employee between 9/11/01 and 9/11/02, and […]