Tragedy Compounded by Delay

April 4 on South End Avenue: Pedestrian Arlene Kalfus is run over and killed by a Downtown Connection bus.

May 10 at West and Murray Streets: Pedestrian Sarah Chan is run over with enough force to sever her foot. A new study documents that response times for 911 calls are slower in the First Precinct, which covers Lower Manhattan, than in any other district south of Midtown (an area that comprises seven NYPD commands) […]

BroadsheetDAILY May 14, 2019

April 4 on South End Avenue: Pedestrian Arlene Kalfus is run over and killed by a Downtown Connection bus.

Lower Manhattan’s Local News The Broadsheet Inc. | 212-912-1106 | editor@ebroadsheet.com| ebroadsheet.com Tragedy Compounded by Delay Renewed Concerns about Emergency Response Time in Lower Manhattan May 10 at West and Murray Streets: Pedestrian Sarah Chan is run over with enough force to sever her foot. A new study documents that response times for 911 calls […]

Today in History May 14

The Great Beer Parade parade in New York City

People march in the Great Beer Parade parade in New York City with Mayor Jimmy Walker leading the way. 1027 – Robert II, the Vrome, names son Henry I, king of France 1607 – First permanent English settlement in the New World, Jamestown, Virginia 1610 – Assassination of Henri IV of France, bringing Louis XIII […]

Today’s Calendar May 14

The Telephone Kiosk

The Telephone Kiosk 12:30PM Blitz Chess Battery Park City Parks A lunch time program for passersby on their lunch break to play chess. Actually, not just chess…Blitz chess! Blitz chess is a form of speed chess played on a clock where each opponent gets five minutes. It is fast, furious and fun. Rockefeller Park House. […]

Spring Sightings

An ovenbird seen in Trinity Yard

Spring Sightings Black and White Warbler seen in Battery Park An ovenbird seen in Trinity Yard Common Yellowthroat Warbler outside Brookfield Place Mallard in the Hudson off the esplanade