Here’s the most recent top news you may have missed in New York City.
New York City’s wounded ‘Charging Bull’ sculpture gets a little TLC
The statue was damaged last month after a man bludgeoned it with a metal banjo.
Read the full story on The Wall Street Journal.
New York City councilman who compared Pride parade to “child porn” called upon to resign
An in-depth report claims Councilman Andy King also used public funds to help offset expenses for a trip to the Virgin Islands for a wedding.
Read the full story on Newsweek.
New York City faces scrutiny of early voting sites, calls for changes in 2020
With New York’s first nine-day early voting period set to start on
Saturday, city officials are scrambling to respond to parents and
educators angry that more than half of the city’s early voting sites
will be in public schools, increasing security risks and operational
challenges for students, teachers and staff.
Read the full story on Gothamist.
New York City’s first Wegmans supermarket opens this weekend
The chain’s new 74,000-square-foot location includes 100 seats for the in-store market cafe and bar, and the store employs approximately 540 people, the majority of whom are hired locally.
Read the full story on ABC New York, WABC.
Fired NYPD officer accused of fatally choking Eric Garner files lawsuit against NYC
Former New York Police Department officer Daniel Pantaleo is suing New York City over his termination related to the 2014 death of Eric Garner, Pantaleo’s attorney told CNN.
Read the full story on KTLA 5 Morning News.
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