This Week in Chelsea: March 22-28, 2021

This Week in Chelsea: March 22-28, 2021

This Week’s “This Week in Chelsea” In Order of Appearance: W. Chelsea park’s new garden club / Hudson Guild seeks talent / Free tax prep / Sneak Peek: 3/31/2021, 10th Precinct Community Council meeting via Zoom  New Garden Club at CCM-Seal Park |  From a recent email comes this good news: “Several members of the newly […]

This Week in Chelsea: January 25-31, 2021

This Week in Chelsea: January 25-31, 2021

Tues., Jan. 26, 8pm: The 10th Precinct Sector A Build the Block Meeting | Neighborhood Coordination Officers Ricardo Roman and Samuel Baezveras host this Zoom-held event that gives neighborhood residents and business owners a chance to discuss their public safety concerns–or any concern, for that matter. If it’s anything like what went down when we […]

No Respite for West 30s Residents, After Hundreds Housed in Hotels

No Respite for West 30s Residents, After Hundreds Housed in Hotels

BY WINNIE McCROY | With its many shelters providing resources for at-risk individuals, Midtown Manhattan has long been welcoming to the unhoused. But when the NYC Department of Homeless Services (DHS) compensated for the COVID-19 complications of existing facilities by relocating hundreds of people under their care onto two blocks in the upper West 30s, […]

Precision Policing in Tow, Gault Returns as Chelsea’s New CO

Precision Policing in Tow, Gault Returns as Chelsea’s New CO

Fresh from a successful two-year stint marked by decreased crime rates at the Times Square Unit, Captain Robert Gault returns to Chelsea—the same place he served as a sergeant a decade ago—to lead the 10th Precinct as their new Commanding Officer. This 22-year veteran of the NYPD sat down with Chelsea Community News (CCN) to […]

Chelsea’s 10th Commits to CB4’s Call for Precinct POV, on Ongoing Basis

Chelsea’s 10th Commits to CB4’s Call for Precinct POV, on Ongoing Basis

BY RANIA RICHARDSON | Realistic about the challenges ahead after a summer of COVID-19, citywide demonstrations, and escalating quality of life concerns, Deputy Inspector Kevin J. Coleman, Commanding Officer of the 10th Precinct, kicked off last week’s full board meeting of Manhattan Community Board 4 (CB4) by inaugurating what will become a regularly scheduled series […]

Police Blotter: Week of April 30-May 6

Police Blotter: Week of April 30-May 6

PETIT LARCENY: Black (Laundry) Bag Job | A 43-year-old man thought he could pull the wool over the eyes of employees at 455 W. 37th St.’s Duane Reade, but ended up getting collard by the fuzz. The man was arrested just after noon on Sat., April 20, when he was caught leaving the store with […]