Month: January 2022
Mozambique Palma attack: ‘I had to pay a bribe to flee’
I met Farida in the regional capital Pemba, where she’s still struggling to look after her children, although she is relieved that they are out of harm’s way.
New York’s latest vaccination incentive: a full-ride scholarship to a public state college.
Still, Mr. Cuomo said overall vaccinations in the state had declined considerably in recent weeks, and young people may feel that they have not been considered a priority age group for vaccination.
Severe storms move through New York area, bringing strong winds and heavy rain
New York state agencies are preparing emergency response assets in case the storms produce damaging wind, large hail, cloud-to-ground lightning, and even tornadoes.
For a New Troupe, Going Digital Has Been Easier Than Returning Live
This weekend, after months of delays that radically reshaped her plans, she is on her way to fulfilling that dream, with a staged and costumed reading of “Tartuffe.”
Woman in racist Central Park confrontation sues over firing
She said in the lawsuit it wasn't racism that led her to call police but fear, because she was alone and being "aggressively" confronted, and that the company would have known that with an investigation.
50 college scholarships being raffled off to students who get Pfizer vaccine in NY
New Yorkers 12-17 years old who get their first Pfizer shot between May 27 and July 7 will be eligible for full tuition, room and board at any public college or university in the state.
California to pay $116.5 million in gifts and cash to encourage people to get vaccinated
California residents will receive a text message with an electronic prepaid card redemption code sent to their mobile phone or email address 7-10 days after their two-dose series of Pfizer or Moderna, or single-dose of Johnson and Johnson.
Transportation officials, local leaders remember shooting victims as family
The Santa Clara County's Office of the Medical Examiner-Coroner on Wednesday evening identified the nine victims killed in the San Jose VTA rail yard mass shooting during an early morning meeting.
Mayoral candidate Shaun Donovan arrested at Black Lives Matter protest
Video shared by Jeremy Edwards, a member of Donovan’s campaign team, shows the candidate being led away with his hands bound with plastic zip-ties during his arrest.
Disneyland Resort to reopen to out-of-state visitors beginning June 15
Several hotels have also been given the green light to reopen, including Disney’s Paradise Pier Hotel which will open on June 15 and the Disneyland Hotel on July 2.