Barstool Sports bails out NYC food joints hurt by COVID-19

Barstool Sports bails out NYC food joints hurt by COVID-19

The birth of his daughter should have been a joyous time for Brooklyn bar owner Jonathan Ehrlich — instead, it was nearly the beginning of the end for his beloved watering hole. “I had quite the f—ing roller coaster,” he told The Post. Molly was born in March 2020, just four days after Gov. Cuomo … Read more

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NY’s COVID positivity rate tops 1 percent for 3rd straight day

NY's COVID positivity rate tops 1 percent for 3rd straight day

The coronavirus positivity rate in New York has topped 1 percent for the third straight day, the latest state numbers show. The statewide rate on Friday, when measured on a seven-day average, was 1.19 percent, Gov. Cuomo said Saturday. In New York City, it stood at 1.24 percent. The COVID-19 positivity rate in New York … Read more

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FDNY rookie and Navy vet hazed by Queens firefighters for his race, PTSD: suit

FDNY rookie and Navy vet hazed by Queens firefighters for his race, PTSD: suit

Queens firefighters hazed a rookie colleague for being Hispanic and suffering from PTSD after his time in the U.S. Navy, a lawsuit alleges. Joseph Mendoza, who is of Peruvian descent, claims racist smoke-eaters at Engine 297/Ladder 130 in College Point called him a “spic” and “Columbian drug lord.” One colleague nicknamed him “Machete,” after actor … Read more

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Would-be NYC kidnapper was with his dad when he snatched boy off street

Would-be NYC kidnapper was with his dad when he snatched boy off street

The two men involved in a terrifying attempted kidnapping in Queens are father and son, police sources told The Post. The frightening, bizarre child snatching unfolded Thursday night, when Delores Diaz was walking along Hillside Avenue with her three kids, including 5-year-old Jacob, when a young man identified by cops as James McGonagle, 24, leapt … Read more

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UFT offering teachers $25 per hour to sell in-person schooling

UFT offering teachers $25 per hour to sell in-person schooling

As enrollment in city public schools plummets, the teachers’ union is offering members cold hard cash to coax students back this fall. In a recent email to members, the United Federation of Teachers offered to pay $25 per hour to make house visits “to encourage a return to in-person learning for all students during the … Read more

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