Although there is not a lot of snow like Buffalo, New York, rain sleet, and snow has caused a Wintery mix of unknown fog and mist.
The National Weather Service has announced snow in the forecast. It has been nearly 3 months and into the wintery weather season without snow for Essex County. What should the residents expect before tomorrow?
Two days ago the Seminole County Sheriff Office discovered the remains of 26-year-old Trodarius Rainey in the Lake Jesup Park. Trodarius Rainey and Tiffany Church , 35, were last seen on Wednesday in a black Toyota Camry with Florida tag JKMN34, according to deputies. The vehicle was later found at the 1980 Cameron Avenue in Sanford, Florida early the next morning. Deputies stated that there was evidence inside of the car that indicated the couple's disappearance were considered endangered. A Public Notice was issued for the whereabouts.
USDA's Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) is providing $10.9 million in technical and financial assistance to help farmers in Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands to repair damage and rebuild. This investment through the Environmental Quality Incentives Program, a Farm Bill conservation program, is one more option available through USDA to aid with recovery.
Federal Funding will be available for Seniors, Working Families and Low-and Moderate-Income Residents beginning November 13, 2017, for emergency assistance. Emergency benefits will be received this winter by approximately 2 million households this winter season by the New York State Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance program.
Suffragists, Sojourner Truth and Rosalie Gardiner Jones both were promclaimed on November 6, 1917, in New York under the women's rights movement to ratify voting rights in 1920. Both African American and Brown women will be declared of their Sentiments under the Governor Andrew Cuomo administration proclamation for advancing equal rights and voting equality for women today.
Since the loss of President Obama and Gun Violence in America, the American People has been deceived by borrowed DNA records and healthcare experiments today. Largest Health Care Fraud Enforcement Action in Department of Justice History reveals that doctors, registered nurses, and pharmacists have lied to the public and violence public trust under their professional oaths. Taxpayers beware!
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Social Media is one of the business drivers that provides results for the City of Richmond.
The City of Richmond Police Department sends out a statement of appreciation in the arrest of Javonte Prothro, 29, who was fatally shot on Monday, September 19, 2016, at the BayView Fish Market, located at 1025 47th Street, Richmond, California. Dawaun Rice, 19, of Richmond, was arrested in Vallejo Wednesday in connection with the Monday morning fatal shooting to steal the life of a single father of two, Javonte Prothro, 2. The Contra Costa County prosecutors have charged Rice with the murder.
Governor Cuomo Directs State Police and National Guard to deploy 1,000 uniformed officers across New York Metropolitan Region following an explosion in the Chelsea area of New York City. An abundance of caution has been announced after rigorous inspections were ordered by Governor Cuomo to restore service on the No. 1, E and F subway lines. MTA and PATH systems have suffered no structural damage and all trains are running on schedule today.
Tens of thousands of hourly workers in New York City lack predictable, stable and transparent work hours due to lack of education, family care, or work overload secured by a second job. As a result of absent fair scheduling, planning days and months for New York working families is impossible and Mayor de Blasio is calling for additional compensation to address the unscheduled hours caused by "clopenings."
Chief of Police, Carl Dabadie of Baton Rouge Police Department releases a chilling video of a man, Alton Sterling, 37 years old, being detained and shoot on video at 12:35 a.m., July 5, 2016. The uniformed officers responding to the scene of 2112 North Foster Dr., Triple S Food Mart, over a disturbance call, complained about a Black man selling music cd's wearing a red shirt who threatened the convenience store worker with a gun.
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced that lane closures for road and bridge construction projects on New York State highways will be suspended from 6 a.m. on Friday, July 1, 2016, until Tuesday, July 5th, 2016, in order to accommodate travelers during the busy Independence Day holiday weekend. Some work may continue behind permanent concrete barriers or for emergency repairs.
Louisiana is the first state to nationwide friction to support the signing of the new bill "Blue Lives Matter." Governor John Bel Edwards signed the bill into law today expanding the definitions to protected class to add the state's hate-crimes statute for targeting police officers, firefighters and EMS personnel.
Mayor Ras J. Baraka announced that an increase to property taxes was an irresponsible decision by the State of New Jersey. The benefit to taxpayers to carefully budget their city government under the "hearing of the citizens" ordinance has lead city government into an irresponsible state of operation for Newark Public Schools.
Press Release - City of Newark and AIRBNB agree to Tax AIRBNB at the same rate as hotels: 6 percent. This agreement regulates the Airbnb in Newark for the first time. The City of Newark expects to gain an estimated $750,000 in revenue from this agreement within the first year of the expansion.
The United States Department of Homeland Security's Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) today announced a federal disaster in the State of Louisiana due to flood waters. All supplement state, tribal and local recovery efforts in the areas affected by severe storms and flooding beginning on March 8, 2016, has been declared Federal disaster and continuing.
Mayor Ras J. Baraka and Public Safety Director Anthony F. Ambrose, along with incoming Police Chief Darnell Henry, and members of the Newark Municipal Council broadcasted Newark's 45-Day Plan to reduce crime and violence in a major news conference yesterday. The name is "Operation Forge Ahead," and the 45-day nine-point plan to reduce crime and violence in Newark by creating collaboration between police and residents.
Governor Cuomo reminds New Yorkers as consumers tax scams are to be reported as identity theft, fraud, or claims against the tax preparer. The New York Department of Taxation and Finance has a website to report suspected tax evasion or fraud, identity theft, or impersonation scams to protect New Yorkers information. If New York consumers, businesses, or tax preparers suspected tax evasion or fraud, report your suspicions to 518-457-0578, immediately.
Mayor Ras J. Baraka and Director of Health and Community Wellness Dr. Hanaa Hamdi announced that the City of Newark worked to diligently to offer comprehensive services for the City's transient population before Blizzard 2016. In a public-private collaboration which offered amenities and shelter to 370 homeless men and women, 300 transients have received services since the beginning of the storm. The City partnered with private agencies to care for residents at risk.
Governor Chris Christie, in a press conference, expressed thanks to all New Jersey communities in their efforts to comply with Emergency Response Teams during Blizzard 2016. A State of Emergency was issued on January 22, 2016, by Governor Christi to exercise the proper judgment of the people of New Jersey, to compliance with a travel ban set by the State of New Jersey to stay off the roads.
Mayor Bill de Blasio has posted an immediate release to assist NYC Sanitation with additional snow laborers to help clear snow and ice in the city. Laborers will be paid $13.50/hour for First 40 hours each week, and $20.25/hour after that during registration availability at the Sanitation Depots around the City.
Mayor Bill de Blasio has issued a Blizzard Watch in effect for Saturday, January 23 through Sunday, January 24, 2016. Heavy snow and high winds will create dangerous travel conditions Saturday and Mayor Bill de Blasio urge New Yorkers to avoid traveling Saturday through Sunday afternoon, if at all possible.
Carey Gabay, a lawyer, was part of Governor Andrew Cuomo's administration at the Empire State Development Corporation. During a cultural celebration in Brooklyn, on September 7, 2015, Carey was shot in the head after seeking cover from two rival gangs in a shootout. Carey died nine days later after being taken off of a respirator. As a result, of Carey's death, a fundraising page was created to raise funds for SUNY colleges, disadvantaged students.
The City of Newark has announced that police, fire, and other uniformed emergency services will be unaffected by the observance of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. Street-sweeping, garbage, and bottling recycling collection services will take place during the next normal collection day in Zone A, on Thursday, January 21. Paper recycling will occur on Monday, January 25, 2016.
Mayor Bill de Blasio, HPD Commissioner Been, Queens officials, residents and The Durst Organization today broke ground for 480 new affordable apartments for low-income households. The total project is to include new schools, pre-K, open space, a new supermarket, and bus service for residents in Astoria. Mayor de Blasio's Housing New York plan will contribute to 40,000 affordable apartments already financed for more than 100,000 New Yorkers.
Governor Cuomo will address the public tomorrow as a National Progressive Leader by presenting 14 Signature proposals to key stakeholders including the media to ensure economic justice for all. Over the next 5 years, Governor Andrew Cuomo proposes to address New Yorkers with launches, restorations, legacies, investments, transportation issues, transformations, expansions, competition, broadband, poverty, criminal justice reforms, and equality.
Mayor Ras J. Baraka will announce an Innovative Five-Year tax abatement for business and housing construction throughout the City tomorrow. This announcement will be made on Monday, January 11, at 1 p.m. at City Hall Rotunda, located at 920 Broad Street, Newark, NJ. The Five-Year tax abatement plan will cover areas outside of the downtown district, airport, and seaport benefit from tax ordinance.
Mayor Ras J. Baraka, and Director of Health and Community Wellness Dr. Hanaa Hamdy are offering dog owners an opportunity to start the New Year with applications to purchase or renew dog licenses for 2016, according to a press release. Dog owners must present vaccination records when applying for licenses, which will be available in Room B-17, at City Hall, Monday through Friday, from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 ap.m., at City Hall located at 920 Broad Street.
Tompkins County Emergency Response freed 17 miners trapped in nearly 900 feet underground when an elevator cable malfunctioned at Cargill Salt Mine In Lansing, Upstate New York. According to NBC News, emergency crews raced to the scene Thursday morning to free miners trapped 70 stories below ground. An apparent elevator shaft malfunctioned causing a plunge of about 2,300 feet into the cold deepest part of the mine.
Governor Andrew Cuomo issued a statement today regarding President Obama's gun control after the Sandy Hook Elementary School tragedy. Today, no Federal law has been set to end gun violence, and it is clear that there have been numerous calls-to-actions to save children, communities, and countries.
Mayor Ras J. Barak announced yesterday that he intends to appoint a civil to direct the Newark Police Department's Internal Affairs Division. This bold move to appoint a civilian will fill a traditional position otherwise by a sworn officer, to strengthen law enforcement in Newark and improve the relationship between the police and the communities. This change will take affect both within the internal operations and external relations of the department.
Mayor Baraka reminds residents that a City Ordinance is in effect for Landlords as of October 1, 2015, and continuing through May 1, 2016. Landlords must provide tenants with heat at 68 degrees from 6 a.m. to 11 p.m. and 65 degrees from 11 p.m. to 6 a.m., or City inspectors will respond to tenants' complaints of no heat or hot water. New Jersey Department of Community Affairs Division of Codes and Standards has also set a bulletin with basic information about the responsibilities of landlords
Governor Andrew Cuomo and the Assistant Attorney General for National Security and the U.S. Attorney's office announced yesterday that the arrest of 25-year-old Emanuel Lutchman made an attempt to provide material support to the Islamic State group or ISIL. Virginia Butler released a statement to Governor Cuomo via Time Warner Cable News yesterday to discuss the arrest in an interview for the public. Lutchman had ties to an overseas terror group that planned to attack New Year's Eve.
The City of Newark will dedicate a street in honor of he Rev. Dr. Ronald B. Christian today, December 19, at 11 a.m., at Wickliffe and West Market Streets. The street will be renamed in the honor of Irvington's spiritual leader who began his career of activism and advocacy in Newark dating back from 2002 until his death in October 2015 this year at age 51.
Governor Andrew Cuomo has announced that $2.25 billion will be awarded to the State of New York for economic and community development funding today. The Round V of the Regional Economic Development Council initiative has been awarded along with the Upstate Revitalization Initiative. Finger Lakes, Southern Tier and Central New York Regions will also be awarded $500 million each to help transform local economies and tourism.
Governor Cuomo signed an Executive Order to boost security on Mass Transit during the holiday season. New York, New Jersey and Connecticut Law Enforcement Officers will gain jurisdiction to New York's public transportation services and facilities to connect buses, ferries and other mass transit into New York City. Executive Order No. 148, was signed today to ensure public safety at traditionally targeted terrorist spots.
Rev. Al Sharpton and the National Action Network (NAN) held their annual "Feed The Hungry" event today to give thanks for the many blessings the House of Justice advocates stand for mission-ready. National Action Network membership was opened today to any person interested in receiving a blessing for Thanksgiving to promote the doctrine of civil rights and the fairness of people.
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced that New York State Police and local law enforcement agencies will crack down on impaired, distracted and speeding drivers during the Thanksgiving holiday. Governor Cuomo's administration set a special traffic enforcement period run from Wednesday, November 25 through Sunday, November 29, 2015.
According to a CNN report, President Francois Hollande has declared the Paris bombings "an act of war" and authorities have made a number of arrests in the series of terror attacks that killed more than 120 people. ISIS has taken full responsibility in the Paris attacks and France has vowed revenge for the shootings and bombings.
Governor Cuomo's released a statement to light One World Trade Center yesterday in Blue, White and Red for solidarity with the people of Paris, France. The lights are scheduled to be lit tonight again, November 14, and tomorrow, November 15, in the days ahead for Paris in the wake of senseless attacks and solidarity with the people.
(Source: CNN) - Dozens of people are reported dead after what a appears to be a bomb attack. A series of gunfire has been heard and police have brought out at least 100 hostages from a Bataclan concert venue. The death toll from this denotations is 43 confirmed people and as many as 60 people have been killed according to French reporter Julien Pearce. Governor Cuomo responds today to New York.
A Call For Action has been announced by the mother of slain Tamir Rice, a 12-year-old child that was video taped while being shot dead by Cleveland, Ohio Police Officers, while playing in a public park. The fatal shooting, that was released in real-time, has pointed out that a described person was pointing a hand gun spurring the police to intervene and take action.
Mayor Ras J. Baraka announced the launching of a four-week "Fight2BFit" health and wellness competition on Thursday, October 8, at 4:30 p.m. for children ages 8 to 11. The event will take place at the Sharpe James/Kenneth A. Gibson Recreation Center, 226 Rome Street, Newark, NJ with the Former WNBA Liberty legend and Hall of Fame Inductee Sue Wicks.
Mayor Ras Baraka to join with Montclair State University today to announce $1 Million Scholarship Award from New Jersey Businessman Robert Carr at 1:30pm, at the Feliciano School of Business. Robert Carr's Give Something Back Foundation will assist in the a debt-free college education for 50 New Jersey students under a Comprehensive program that brings scholarships to 150 in the State.
Governor Cuomo launches a statewide initiative to recruit Veterans. The statewide initiative is aimed at assisting New Americans learn English to become U.S. citizens.
Mayor Bill de Blasio kicked off Climate Week yesterday with the announcement of solar installations doubling since the beginning of his administration. One City" Built to Last plan was release last week to report the spur of growth of solar energy in New York City for both public and private buildings.
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced to the congregation at the Mount Neboh Baptist Church that 96 notable clergy members from across that state will join the Mario Cuomo Campaign for Economic Justice. The statewide campaign initiative is aimed at building support for minimum wage workers to earn $15 dollars per hour in New York State.
The total number of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math teachers in New York reaches 625 Statewide. Governor Cuomo announced that there will be 80 more New York State Master Teachers selected to join the 552 Master Teachers announced in 2013.
Governor Andres M. Cuomo has revealed the results from the statewide crackdown regarding underage drinking and fake identification at summer concerts and other underage hotspots. To date there has been 133 arrests and 63 confiscated false identification documents. The new detection equipment by the Department of Motor Vehicle was utilized for the first time.