Maureen Mullarkey

Maureen Mullarkey

Special Report: Shutdown: The Coronavirus

Stimulus package, ventilators, EPA and a war of words with the governors in today’s news

It was a day full of firsts.

Special Report: Shutdown: The Coronavirus

Good News: Coronavirus spread may be slowing in New York

“Density controlled measures are working,” said the governor,  at a press conference this morning.


A Warm Winter Day in Tompkins Square Park

It feels like spring in the East Village.


Pro-choice activists aim to shut down church’s tour business

NYC Abortion Rights, a grassroots coalition which defends reproductive rights, claims that ever month over 200 church members heckle patients entering a nearby Planned Parenthood, located at 26 Bleecker Street.


Tensions Run High in Glendale, Queens Over Planned Homeless Shelter

At a recent community meeting residents aggressively yelled out of anger, one woman threatening to “burn the place down” if the shelter arises.

South Florida School

Special Report: Florida Crossroads

South Florida schools strive to help immigrant children embrace English

Sylvia Quinones sees retirement on the horizon.


Parents and children bond at climate march

“This is the most pressing issue of our time and it’s gonna affect our kids more than it affects us, so we thought we absolutely had to be here, “said Marisa Wolfson, an Upper West Side, mom of two. 


Queens Business Owners Rally Against Proposed Mega Liquor Store

Dozens of liquor store owners, sales representatives, and their families, met at the East Sheraton Hotel in Flushing.


In the Face of Tragedy, Volunteers Bring Life to 9/11 Anniversary

The packaged food will be donated to City Harvest, reaching about 1.2 million people, and about ten thousand meals will be sent to victims of Hurricane Dorian in the Bahamas.