May 22: 5 non-COVID-19 stories from across the tri-state region
Looking for some stories that are not about the coronavirus? Here's a selection of stories from across our regions.
Bay Ridge residents voice speeding concerns in neighborhood: The sound of an engine revving is not something you’d expect to hear on a quiet residential block. However, Bay Ridge residents say it has become more noticeable now that less people are on the road.
Daughter of Norwalk mayor arrested on 5 counts of injury to a child: The warrant is currently sealed, but sources tell News 12 her arrest is in connection to an investigation that began in 2016 following the death of a child at her day care.
Parking app teams up with municipalities to offer drive-in movie experience: The app Boxcar switched gears to offer contactless grocery delivery and pickups. And now the company has teamed up with several municipalities to offer a drive-in movie experience.
Police: 72-year-old man fatally stabbed during Zoom call in Amityville: Authorities say it happened on Dixon Avenue, where Dwight Powers was taking part in a Zoom video call with about 25 others when someone saw him fall. That person then called police. His son is now in custody.
Authorities probe 2 fires at site of controversial development in Spring Valley: They occurred at the site of the Pascack Ridge Estates in Spring Valley, which made headlines in 2018 for controversial plans to build high-density housing.