The Briefly for September 7, 2018 – Weekend Subway Changes, Hurricane Florence is On the Way, and More
This weekend's subway changes from 6sqft, including no G train between Bedford-Nostrand and Court Square and there's no D train between Herald Square and Atlantic Ave. In addition, the Manhattan bound 1 train at 238th is closed through winter 2019.
Don't look now, but there's a chance we're getting hit by Hurricane Florence on Primary day.
If you left a few inert grenades behind in a Staten Island storage facility, check to see if the bomb squad has a lost and found.
As expected, Governor Cuomo unveiled a revamped LIRR concourse and entrance to Penn Station with bigger hallways and higher ceilings. The project is still about two years from completion. The LIRR is currently running with the worst delays in nearly 20 years.
Senate candidate Julia Salazar was accused of having an affair with Mets legend Keith Hernandez. Wait, what?
During the last debate between the four Democratic primary hopefuls for Attorney General, Zephyr Teachout was the obvious target.
A 26-year-old woman was shot in the face outside an illegal club in Brooklyn late on Wednesday/early on Thursday. She survived the shooting and no arrests have been made.
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An expansion to Hudson Yards Park expansion will cost a staggering /$374 million for 3 acres.
The financial District will be the home of the first Alamo Drafthouse in Manhattan. It’s expected to open late 2019.
Current Attorney General Barbara Underwood subpoenaed every catholic diocese in New York as part of a broad sex abuse investigation in light of the Pennsylvania grand jury report.
Sex offenders will be able to vote at schools in the upcoming election, but only after 7pm. Correctional Services created a special condition that will allow offenders on school property, where they are otherwise banned.
Special edition Paul McCartney Metrocards are available at Grand Central. They're already selling on eBay for $15-$40.
Brooklyn Democrat Carlos Menchacca introduced a bill that would prevent the city from being a part of any contract with any entity involved in immigration enforcement. The de Blasio administration has already stated it supports the goal, but won't support the bill.
Don't sit on train tracks. Bad things will happen.
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