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HOSTOS EVENT

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Eugenio María de Hostos Community College of The City University of New York invites The Bronx neighborhood residents.

Hostos is a public community college located in the South Bronx Borough of New York City, New York.

THE 411

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On this day we here at #CityImages and #DONews have the following news and information content to share with you on April 11, 2024.

As NYC grapples with crime concerns, police commissioner says safety is 'perception versus reality'

"We have one bad incident, it’s magnified all over social media, and it sets us all back," Commissioner Edward Caban said as city stats indicate overall crime fell last month.

NE EARTHQUAKE

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The United States Geological Survey has reported that a 4.7-4.8 magnitude earthquake with an epicenter near Lebanon, NJ occurred at 10:23 am this morning.    

So far, there are no reports of damage or injuries.  Officials are monitoring all Emergency Management channels to determine if any further action is needed. Any necessary updates will follow.

INDOOR RAINS

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There's something unusual about this real estate development in The Bronx. A series of leaks smack-dab in the middle of the 4-story building, with 16 units, a museum, and a community center.
Our mold issues have continued for a couple of years and the management claims to be working on it.

FREE THE PRESS

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Which nation’s repressive totalitarian government was the biggest jailer of journalists up to i]and including last year?

China continues to be the world's biggest jailer of journalists – with 121 currently detained.Dec 31, 2023. But the People’s Republic of China is not the only creep country.

A Record Number of Journalists Were Detained Worldwide Prior to Evan Gershkovich’s Arrest

‘It’s gotten worse everywhere,’ the Committee to Protect Journalists says about press freedom

KC SUPER BOWL CHAMPS 1234

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Super Bowl Sunday is over and ending in overtime in overtime SF/22 - KC/25 with eyes on the KC Chiefs beating the SF 49ers.

Take the most popular sporting event in America. Mix in the defending champion Kansas City Chiefs and an NFL legendary franchise, the San Francisco 49ers, then toss in the most popular celebrity on the planet what do you end up with? CBS Sports’ coverage of Super Bowl LVIII delivered the most-watched telecast in history with 123.4 million average viewers across all platforms.

BOIL WATER

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The city with the very best reputation for municipal water supply is asking its millions local residents to boil before consuming.

Boiled or bottled water must be used to wash dishes by hand; dishes should be allowed to completely air dry after washing. Home dishwashers that reach a temperature of 170⁰F and have a full dry cycle do not need boiled or bottled water. “The water may be used for bathing as long as it is not consumed. The water is safe for laundry

FILTHY 1300

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They’re dirtiest nations on earth if you visit, expect to suffer a series of sanitation, gas emissions, and increasing air pollution risks.

These are disgustingly dirty and smeared with offensive matter making them foul, nasty dirty, soiled, and unclean with dirt or grime.

Also, there are some 13 hundred international locations emitting disastrous gasses that accelerate climate change. New satellite images catch world’s worst polluters red-handed: ‘Now we know exactly where it’s coming from’