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    Teresa Giudice, star of Bravo’s “Real Housewives of New Jersey,” had her vehicle stolen from her driveway Tuesday morning, according to Montville Township Police Department. Additional information was not immediately available. The case is currently under investigation and all leads are being followed up, police said. News of the stolen vehicle, comes months after the […]
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  • Missing NJ Woman Found Dead in Shallow Grave: Hudson County Prosecutor February 8, 2023
    What to KnowOn Tuesday, the Jersey City Police Department conducted a welfare check on Van Horne Street regarding a missing person’s report, Hudson County Prosecutor Esther Suarez said. During the course of the investigation, the Homicide Unit located an apparent shallow grave in the area of Central Avenue and Third Street in Kearny, where the […]
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  • Full LIRR Service Comes to New Grand Central Madison Feb. 27 February 8, 2023
    What to KnowGrand Central Madison will officially kick off its full LIRR service schedule at the end of this month — this after the greatly anticipated new transportation hub starting off with a limited LIRR run that stretched a few weeks.The full LIRR service will start Monday, Feb. 27, sources tell News 4 New York.The […]
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  • Biden's State of the Union Address, Fact Checked February 8, 2023
    President Joe Biden cited his economic and other successes in his second State of the Union address Tuesday and called on Congress to work with him to continue the progress. Here’s a look at what the president said, annotated. But some Republicans in the audience heckled him and in the formal Republican rebuttal, Arkansas Gov. […]
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  • NYC Blanketed in Smoke by 5-Alarm NJ Fire; Arson Investigators Look at Ties to 2 Other Blazes February 8, 2023
    A massive fire in New Jersey sent smoke billowing over New York City Wednesday morning – and as firefighters reined that one in, a second major blaze broke out down the road. Arson investigators are now looking at both fires, and authorities indicate they’re aware a third fire Tuesday night shares some similarities with Wednesday’s […]
    Brian Thompson and Tracie Strahan
  • Feds and City End Emergency Housing For Families Displaced by Hurricane Ida February 8, 2023
    This article was originally published on Feb 8 5:03am EST by THE CITY Displaced for a year and a half by Hurricane Ida, 70 families are set to be thrown out of their Lower Manhattan hotel at the end of the month as city aid ends. The 70 families still at the Millennium Downtown hotel […]
    Katie Honan, THE CITY
  • George Santos Is a ‘Sick Puppy' Who Shouldn't Be in Congress, Mitt Romney Says at SOTU February 8, 2023
    Republican Rep. George Santos positioned himself in a prime location for President Joe Biden’s State of the Union address — an uncomfortably prominent place for the embattled new lawmaker who faces multiple investigations and has acknowledged embellishing and even lying about his life story. Santos’ presence at the center aisle to see and be seen […]
    Lisa Mascaro and Mary Clare Jalonick
  • I-Team: $50 Million Claim in Subway Door Death Adds to MTA Legal Woes February 8, 2023
    The parents of a man who died after being dragged by a subway train are planning to file a $50 million lawsuit, a claim that threatens to increase the Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s already ballooning legal bill. Speaking exclusively to the NBC New York I-Team, parents of 20-year-old Joseph Ancona accused the public transit agency of […]
    Chris Glorioso
  • NYPD Officer Dies 3 Days After Being Shot During Off-Duty Robbery in Brooklyn February 7, 2023
    The 26-year-old NYPD officer shot in a botched Brooklyn robbery over the weekend has died, a day after the suspect in the shooting was arrested. Adeed Fayaz, a father of two, died Tuesday evening, hours after NYPD Commissioner Keechant Sewell had announced the arrest of 38-year-old Randy Jones. Jones was handcuffed by an NYPD detective […]
    Myles Miller and Marc Santia
  • 6th NYC Humanitarian Center to Serve Asylum Seekers Set to Open in Financial District February 7, 2023
    What to Know The city is set to open its sixth Humanitarian Emergency Response and Relief Center at a hotel in the Financial District to temporarily serve asylum seekers arriving to New York City from border states, Mayor Eric Adams announced Tuesday. According to Adams, the new center will open at the Holiday Inn Manhattan […]
    NBC New York Staff and Associated Press

Whether you live inside or outside of the United States, you most likely would love to visit New York City. The Big Apple just happens to be the largest city, as far as population goes, in the United States. It has been considered the gateway for immigrants, since it is filled with many business(like EZ Bed Bug Exterminator NYC) and educational opportunities for everyone.

Diverse Population

The citizens of New York speak more than 800 languages. The residents originate from countries all over the world. There are many opportunities for all immigrants that enter New York City, which is why they select this beautiful city over the other options. Back in the early 19th century, immigrants that entered New York was greeted by the national monument, Statue of Liberty. Of course, now many immigrants arrive by plane, but they eventually make their way to the monument, because it symbolizes democracy.

Extraordinary Architecture

Many visitors find themselves in New York, because they desire to see the beautiful architecture. This large city boasts some of the tallest buildings, within the United States including the Bank of America towerEmpire State building, and the One World Trade Center. These skyscrapers are a must see, if you are visiting New York, because they are magnificent.


New York City has a subtropical climate, with temperatures reaching as high as 70-90 degrees Fahrenheit in the summer months during the daylight hours. July happens to be the hottest summer month, while January is the coldest month. Exceptional snowfalls have also been noted in the recent years, but this city is pretty much prepared for the worst weather conditions, since it never seems to completely shut down.

Beautiful Parks

Everyone that visits New York with children prefer to spend some time in the United States most beautiful parks, which are located throughout the state. CoronaJacob Riis, and Great Kills are beautiful parks that offer a variety of activities for families. If you like to spend quite time on the beach, then you will definitely want to schedule a time out to visit the Great Kills Park. It also has walking trails and a marina for everyone to enjoy.

Diverse Religions

You will definitely notice that New York City is diverse in more ways than one. Religion is very important to everyone, no matter ethnicity. Around 59% of Christians, 33% Catholics, and 24% no religious affiliation are noted among the residents of this wonderful state. All religions are held to a very high standard and no one is judged by their beliefs, which cannot be said about other countries.

Major Economical City

New York just happens to hold some of the wealthiest companies in the world. J.P Morgan Chase, Citigroup, MetLife, Pfizer, and Goldman Sachs are just to name a few. Real estate opportunities are also always open and make up a large portion of the city’s economy.


If you are looking for a wonderful vacation spot, you definitely should look no further than the Big Apple. It is filled with some of the most extraordinary museums, parks, and national monuments.


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