This Week in Chelsea: November 28-Dec. 4, 2022

This Week in Chelsea: November 28-Dec. 4, 2022

In This Week’s “THIS WEEK IN CHELSEA” 10th Precinct Build the Block Sector B Meeting  / 10th Precinct Commuity Council / Events at the Eagle NYC / Small Works Exhibition at Fountain House Gallery / Down to Earth Farmers Market Chelsea  / Archived Recording: Collegiate Church’s America Post-Roe V. Wade Panel   Final Quarterly Gathering of […]

Chelsea’s 10th/13th Precincts Offer Multiple Public Meetings Through 2022

Chelsea’s 10th/13th Precincts Offer Multiple Public Meetings Through 2022

BUILD THE BLOCK MEETINGS Also of note are the three upcoming Build the Block meetings, which provide an opportunity to interact with the two-person NCO (Neighborhood Coordination Officer) team responsible for their assigned sector. These meetings take place quarterly, with the last fourth quarter Sector A meeting having taken place already. NOTE: Prior to a […]

Oct. 26 Comm. Council Mtg. Invites Conversation on 10th Precinct Matters

Oct. 26 Comm. Council Mtg. Invites Conversation on 10th Precinct Matters

BY SCOTT STIFFLER | Members of the general public with questions and opinions about the current state of crime and the overall quality of life in Chelsea–and that’s a lot of you–have recurring opportunities to take those concerns to local NYPD leadership. Bellow is a collection of what remains between now and the end of the year. The 10th […]

This Week & Beyond, Multiple Opportunities to Meet with Chelsea’s 10th & 13th Precincts

This Week & Beyond, Multiple Opportunities to Meet with Chelsea’s 10th & 13th Precincts

BY SCOTT STIFFLER | Members of the general public with questions and opinions about the current state of crime and the overall quality of life in Chelsea–and that’s a lot of you–have two types of recurring opportunities to take those concerns to local NYPD leadership. Build the Block meetings are official NYPD events typically hosted by NCOs, or Neighborhood […]

Chelsea Left a Little Less ‘Convenient’ as 7-Eleven Exits Seventh

Chelsea Left a Little Less ‘Convenient’ as 7-Eleven Exits Seventh

BY SCOTT STIFFLER | A busy and much-beloved 7-Eleven whose 2015 arrival initially seemed out of step with the neighborhood’s mom-and-pop shop density has withdrawn from its 194 Seventh Ave. location, leaving Slurpee-loving supporters longing for the old days. The national chain store’s departure is, unlike their single-dose packs of ibuprofen, a bitter pill to […]

‘Arrest to Disposition’: An Aug. 25 Online Presentation from the Manhattan D.A.’s Office

‘Arrest to Disposition’: An Aug. 25 Online Presentation from the Manhattan D.A.’s Office

Dear Chelsea Community News Reader: Below, please see a press release announcing an online event we’re proud to present, in partnership with the London Terrace Tenants Association. Please consider joining us for this look inside the mechanizations of the NYPD, the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office, and the court system. —Scott Stiffler, CCNews founder/editor   For Immediate Release: Aug. […]

2 Wanted in After-Hours Break-In Burglaries at Seventh Ave. 7-Eleven

2 Wanted in After-Hours Break-In Burglaries at Seventh Ave. 7-Eleven

Police are asking for the public’s help in identifying two men caught on tape, on two separate dates, burglarizing a much-loved local franchise that was one of the first to open their doors after the March 2020, pandemic-inspired statewide closure of non-essential businesses. Since then, the 7-Eleven at 194 Seventh Avenue has solidified its place […]

West Chelsea Social Services Surge on the Wane; Roving Team to Remain

West Chelsea Social Services Surge on the Wane; Roving Team to Remain

BY SCOTT STIFFLER | Boots on the ground and wheels parked curbside account for the sudden concentration of resources in an area of Chelsea whose unmet social service needs have been receiving top-tier, if temporary, attention. Since Tuesday, August 2, two programs from NYC Health + Hospitals [H&H] have provided the focused, sustained outreach promised by […]

After Death at Rainbow Station, NYPD Inspection Yields 12 Summonses

After Death at Rainbow Station, NYPD Inspection Yields 12 Summonses

BY SCOTT STIFFLER Uniformed officers from Chelsea’s 10th Precinct issued 12 summonses during a Tuesday, July 5, 9pm business inspection of Rainbow Station. The 24-hour adult store’s 203 Eighth Ave. location puts it on the block of W. 20th to 21st Sts., where longstanding construction-related scaffolding—expected to be removed within months—is cited by residents as […]

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