Martha Frazer, 79, recently underwent heart surgery. “I had an angiogram, and they said I had to have open heart surgery. Triple bypass. Almost immediately,” she said. “It was urgent.”
The majority of front doors are broken or unlocked at the city’s nearly 300 public housing developments, field surveyors found in a review conducted this summer by comptroller Brad Lander’s office. The findings reveal a profound lack of security affecting nearly one in 15 New York residents — a city within a city — who live in New York City Housing Authority buildings.
Being a first-generation American in his family, Jose Minaya grew up in a Dominican Republic household in Washington Heights, where his parents focused on saving rather than spending. Now, he is the chief executive of Nuveen, a TIAA major investor firm, overseeing all investment activities for more than $1 trillion in assets worldwide.
The longtime basketball rivalry between Manhattan College and Fordham men’s basketball is taking a timeout this season due to what the Rams call “scheduling” issues.
Long-time Riverdale resident Jean M. Stonier, 86, died peacefully on Sept. 10, 2022, surrounded by friends and family. She had a long and successful career as head of medical records at …
“The pandemic is over.” With those words, President Joe Biden declared an end to the coronavirus pandemic that has claimed the lives of more than 6.5 million people, and more than 1 million here in America.