Gianna Caetano crowns Dajania James Miss New York’s Outstanding Teen 2022

Miss Rochester's Outstanding Teen Dajania James, 17, performing Dance Talent emerged winner Miss New York’s Outstanding Teen 2022, crowned by Gianna Caetano Miss New York’s Outstanding Teen 2021

Rochester's Dajania James was crowned Miss New York's Outstanding Teen at Paramount Hudson Valley Theater Peekskill, New York on Sun, May 29, 2022. She will compete Miss America's Outstanding Teen 2023 at the Hyatt Regency Dallas in Dallas, Texas on Fri, Aug 12, 2022.

Sydney Park crowns Taryn Smith Miss New York 2022

2021 Miss New York Sydney Park has crowned Taryn Smith Miss New York 2022. Taryn Delanie Smith is Miss Greater New York.

Manhattan Taryn Delanie Smith, 25, Talent Vocal, was crowned Miss New York 2022 at the Paramount Theatre Peekskill on Sun, May 29, 2022 , New York. She will compete Miss America 2023 at the Mohegan Sun in Uncasville, Connecticut.

Tyryn is TikTok Star, with 612K Tiktok Handle @taryntino21.

Launch Of New Unit with Ben N. Weiss, Builds Out Eastern Union's Existing Investment Sales Operation in Mid-Atlantic Region

Eastern Union has named Ben N. Weiss to the position of Senior Managing Director of Investment Sales for New York City and the Greater Tri-State Region

NEW YORK, May 11, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- Eastern Union, a national commercial real estate firm providing both capital markets advisory services and financing services, has named industry veteran Ben N. Weiss to the position of Senior Managing Director of Investment Sales for New York City and the Greater Tri-State Region.

Non-Union Workers Have Greater Injury Risk at New York Construction Sites

New York construction sites are increasingly dangerous for non-union workers says Feroleto Law

BUFFALO, N.Y., April 1, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- Research shows that non-union construction workers are subject to greater safety risks at work than their union counterparts.

In 2018, the New York Committee for Occupational Safety and Health (NYCOSH) released a report analyzing OSHA's 36 construction fatality investigations and found that "in New York State, 86% of workers who died on private work sites were non-union."