On Monday, leading mayoral candidate Eric Adams unveiled his “Honor Our Heroes” agenda to support veterans and military families, in advance of marching in the 102nd annual Staten Island Memorial Day Parade on Forest Avenue.
This month, Brooklyn Borough President Eric L. Adams authorized a $10,000 discretionary grant to support plant-based nutrition education at the State University of New York (SUNY) Downstate College of Medicine. The funds will go toward establishing the Food as Medicine …Continue Reading
NYC mayoral candidate Eric Adams Thursday scored the endorsement of Ashley Sharpton, the daughter of Rev. Al Sharpton.
A group of Crown Heights community leaders and residents gathered to meet with Borough President Eric Adams Tuesday to discuss his run for Mayor of New York City.
Eric Adams has formally won the backing of Rep. Adriano Espaillat, an influential Dominican-American congressman who could help the mayoral candidate win over a crucial bloc of Latino voters with only four weeks left to go until Primary Day.
Retired NYPD captain Eric Adams, who is running for mayor, was the only City Hall aspirant to issue a statement Monday decrying several violent incidents over the Memorial Day weekend, including two subway slashings, a fatal stabbing on the Lower East …Continue Reading
New York City’s public housing residents deserve more than a blanket solution to lift them out of poverty, says mayoral candidate Eric Adams. “NYCHA residents need targeted assistance ... job training, access to credit to start a business and build …Continue Reading
Mayoral candidate Eric Adams on Wednesday called on the city and state to crack down on unsafe, noisy dirt bikes — claiming their increased use on New York streets is emblematic of recent “disorder” and “lawlessness.”
Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams — who’s touted himself as the law-and-order candidate in this year’s mayoral race — won the endorsement Monday of a civil rights attorney with a history of tangling with the NYPD. In giving his endorsement …Continue Reading
New York City mayoral candidate Eric Adams on Saturday denounced the beating of a Jewish man in Times Square as part of a “pandemic of hate” that must be nipped in the bud. The Democratic candidate said he was shocked …Continue Reading