FREE ANIMATED VIDEO BACKGROUNDS AVAILABLE TO ALL

January 31, 2017

FREE ANIMATED VIDEO BACKGROUNDS AVAILABLE TO ALL

By JORDAN WILLIAMS On January 30, Animations World announced a new platform that it has produced to make it easier to add video backgrounds to websites. The product allows anyone, both personally and commercially, to use animations that are under public domain for free and with no sign-up requirement. “High-quality video backgrounds are hard to find, especially free ones.

BRONX MAN ATTEMPTS TO PROVIDE MATERIAL SUPPORT TO ISIS

June 26, 2017

BRONX MAN ATTEMPTS TO PROVIDE MATERIAL SUPPORT TO ISIS

By DEVON ST. CLAIRE On June 21, 2017, Saddam Mohamed Raishani was arrested at John F. Kennedy International Airport while allegedly attempting to travel to Turkey to join ISIS.

STUDENT ART RECOGNIZED FOR AUTISM AWARENESS MONTH

April 20, 2016

STUDENT ART RECOGNIZED FOR AUTISM AWARENESS MONTH

By MARK WOODSON In recognition of National Autism Awareness Month, Hempstead Town Supervisor Anthony Santino and the Gersh Academy are teaming up to host a special student art exhibit at Hempstead Town Hall. Today, Santino congratulated and thanked Gersh Academy’s student artists, along with their parents and teachers, during a special ceremony at Town Hall. More than a dozen students from the Gersh Academy contributed their artwork to the Autism Awareness Month exhibit, and were on hand at the ceremony to meet Supervisor Santino.

SECOND NORTH KOREA SUMMIT COMING SOON, BUT WITH MANY QUESTIONS

August 8, 2018

SECOND NORTH KOREA SUMMIT COMING SOON, BUT WITH MANY QUESTIONS

By MARIO DEL VECCHIO The second summit between United States President Donald Trump and North Korea dictator Kim Jong Un may be just around the corner. The surprising first summit took place in Singapore on June 12. The tensions between America and North Korea have cooled down after this first summit between the two countries, and maybe full denuclearization for North Korea  is a possibility after the next summit.

UPSTATE NEW YORK CITIES PRAISED FOR HELPING HOMELESS VETS

October 20, 2016

UPSTATE NEW YORK CITIES PRAISED FOR HELPING HOMELESS VETS

By DANIEL SONNINSHINE The United States Interagency Council on Homelessness, United States Department of Housing and Urban Development and United States Department of Veterans Affairs have recognized the New York cities of Buffalo, Niagara Falls, Lockport, and Tonawanda for reaching several federal line items of achievement for the housing of homeless veterans. Matters met by these cities include: (1) quickly identifying homeless veterans; (2) providing immediate shelter to veterans experiencing unsheltered homelessness who desire such shelter; and (3) once the veterans accept an offer of housing, the cities are able to house them within 90 days.

TRUMP ECONOMY KEEPS CHUGGING ALONG WITH 1.4 MILLION MORE JOB OPENINGS THAN JOBLESS

August 4, 2019

TRUMP ECONOMY KEEPS CHUGGING ALONG WITH 1.4 MILLION MORE JOB OPENINGS THAN JOBLESS

By ROBERT ROMANO The Trump economy keeps chugging along with 1.4 million more job openings than jobless. The latest Job Openings and Labor Turnover Survey (JOLTS) survey from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) shows approximately 7.