By Bruce Campanile They’re helping to save lives — while their own are being threatened. Assaults and other threats leveled against emergency medical service workers are almost a daily occurrence — skyrocketing 137% from 2018 through […]
By Linda Schmidt | April 21, 2022 NEW YORK – Alex Puszka is an emergency medical technician with the FDNY — a difficult job made nearly unbearable by the COVID-19 pandemic. “I think it’s definitely been a shock to a lot […]
by Maria-Cristina Necula | April 6, 2022 The power of a single human voice to uplift and heal is astonishing. Multiply that power by 120, channel it and transmit it through melody, harmony, rhythm, lyrics, phrasing, […]
By THOMAS TRACY, MICHAEL ELSEN-ROONEY and LARRY MCSHANE | NEW YORK DAILY NEWS | MAR 24, 2022 It’s a slam dunk for All-Star hoopster Kyrie Irving — yet still a possible career-ending foul for city workers. The NYPD’s largest police […]
by Stephon Johnson | March 31, 2022 New York City Mayor Eric Adams’ cleaning of the de Blasio administration’s mandates continues. This week? Athletes and entertainers. The mayor lifted the ban on both groups after a […]
Local 2507 vice-president, Michael Greco was interviewed on Fox 5’s Good Day New York. Click on the image below to watch the segment.
By Linda Schmidt | Published March 15, 2022 NEW YORK – The apartment building fire in the Bronx where 17 people were killed in January, including eight children, was scheduled for a fire safety inspection about a year before the […]
Fire inspectors were transferred to different roles related to COVID policies By Stephanie Pagones | Fox News The Bronx, New York City, building where 17 people – including eight children – died in a blaze earlier this year was due to […]