Ex-Suny Poly prez Alain Kaloyeros released from federal prison

Ex-Suny Poly prez Alain Kaloyeros released from federal prison

Former SUNY Poly President Alain Kaloyeros has been released from federal prison nearly four years after being convicted amid the Buffalo Billion scandal that tarnished the legacy of disgraced ex-Gov. Andrew Cuomo. Prisons records show Kaloyeros was cut loose on Saturday, July 2 along with three other men – Joseph Geraldi, Steven Aiello and Louis … Read more

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Gunmen fired bullets on NYC sidewalk in broad daylight: NYPD

Gunmen fired bullets on NYC sidewalk in broad daylight: NYPD

Disturbing video obtained by The Post shows two young men brazenly opening fire on a Manhattan sidewalk in broad daylight, the NYPD said Wednesday. The footage shows one of the shooters throwing his e-bike to the ground at West 114th Street and St. Nicholas Avenue in Harlem around 1 p.m. Tuesday before engaging in a … Read more

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300 fugitives busted in NYC as part of Marshals operation

300 fugitives busted in NYC as part of Marshals operation

Some 339 fugitives were nabbed in New York City last month as part of a nationwide effort targeting people accused of murder, sexual assaults and other violent crimes, the US Marshals Service said Wednesday. The service’s 30-day “Operation North Star” took place in the Big Apple and nine other cities plagued by soaring gun violence … Read more

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Adams to boost NYC lifeguard wages amid national shortage

Adams to boost NYC lifeguard wages amid national shortage

Big Apple lifeguards will receive a pay bump amid the nationwide shortfall that’s left the city with half as many of them this year compared to 2021, Mayor Eric Adams announced Wednesday. In a deal City Hall struck with the union representing lifeguards, they will this summer receive $19.46 per hour — over $3 more than the previous … Read more

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Nine more shot in NYC after bloody July 4th weekend

Nine more shot in NYC after bloody July 4th weekend

The rash of gun violence plaguing the Big Apple didn’t subside with the end of the Fourth of July weekend, with nine more people shot — including two who were killed — in the 24 hours that followed the bloody holiday. Two people were shot dead and seven others were wounded Tuesday, in the wake … Read more

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Over 80 NYC school staff had fake vaccine cards: DOE lawsuit

Over 80 NYC school staff had fake vaccine cards: DOE lawsuit

At least 82 New York City school staffers submitted fake proof of COVID-19 vaccination, the Department of Education claimed in court papers filed as part of a lawsuit to keep the employees suspended without pay. The staffers were notified on April 19 that they would be placed on unpaid leave April 25 “based on information … Read more

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