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The deadly Twin Parks fire shined a spotlight on the importance self-closing doors, but thousands of complaints have gone unresolved.
Gov. Kathy Hochul signed the Safe Space Heaters Act into law on Thursday. It will require new units to have a thermostat and automatic shutoff feature.
A new executive order signed over the weekend by Mayor Eric Adams seeks to prevent another tragedy like the January fire that killed 17 people, including eight children.
The city was slow to distribute the $4.4 million it had raised until a Gothamist report, more than two months after the blaze, confirmed that less than 10 percent of those funds made it out the door in the form of direct payments.
The Bronx Fire Relief Fund raised more than $4 million for victims of the January blaze, but survivors say they have seen only a fraction of the money.
The aid group that originally provided meal service after the Jan. 9th blaze has since moved on to help Ukrainian refugees in Europe
Here are some ways to help residents and their families who live in the 120-unit building in the Tremont section of the borough.
Yesterday, two adults and one child died when a fire broke
Dean Meminger, the former Knicks great nicknamed "The Dream," is in
As dozens of people remain homeless after a Sunday four-alarm fire