Articles Tagged “New York”

  • Data On Unaccompanied Immigrant Children Released

    In regard to the unaccompanied children crossing the U-S border, data made available by the Department of Health and Human Services’ Administration for Children and Families shows that four states are getting 46 percent of…

  • 9-11 Memorial Museum Holds Opening Ceremony

    The National September 11th Memorial Museum held opening ceremonies Thursday at “Ground Zero” in New York. In attendance were families of the survivors, survivors themselves, first responders, the President and other government officials. The museum…

  • Boston Marathon Bomber Charged

    The 19-year-old suspect in the Boston Marathon bombing, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev,  was charged Monday while in his hospital room with using a weapon of mass destruction to kill. He could possibly receive the death penalty. In…

  • BREAKING NEWS–Explosions at Boston Marathon

    Two huge explosions impacted the Boston Marathon finish line just before 3 today. Several serious injuries were reported. At least two people are reported dead. Up to a hundred people were reported injured–at least, nine…

  • NASHVILLE SKYLINE: Country Music Radio Gets a Foothold in New York City

    NASHVILLE SKYLINE: Country Music Radio Gets a Foothold in New York City

    (NASHVILLE SKYLINE is a column by CMT/CMT.com Editorial Director Chet Flippo.) Radio station WHN in New York City will always occupy a special place in radio history as well as in a lot of listeners’…

  • Next Women of Country: Rose Falcon

    Next Women of Country: Rose Falcon

    Honesty comes easily for Rose Falcon — not only in songwriting and performing but in her overall mindset. “A lot of times people say I have no filter, and I think the hard part is…

  • Jason Aldean Owns the Crowd at Madison Square Garden Debut

    Jason Aldean Owns the Crowd at Madison Square Garden Debut

    NEW YORK CITY — With all the time Jason Aldean seems to be spending in New York City lately, local fans are likely to try sneaking his name onto the ballot for this year’s mayoral…

  • NASHVILLE SKYLINE: New York City: Gone Country

    NASHVILLE SKYLINE: New York City: Gone Country

    (NASHVILLE SKYLINE is a column by CMT/CMT.com Editorial Director Chet Flippo.) Here are some encouraging musical signs that are developing in 2013: New York City finally gets a full-time country radio station again. After 17…

  • Buddy Miller and Jim Lauderdale Finally Make Their Album

    Buddy Miller and Jim Lauderdale Finally Make Their Album

    It’s no secret Buddy Miller and Jim Lauderdale run with the same crowd, a crowd comprised of some of the leading ambassadors of American roots music. They launched a satellite radio show together earlier this…

  • Grand Jury Indictments Handed Down

    A Walker County grand jury has indicted 47-year-old George Alfred Vanschenck for the first-degree aggravated robbery of First Financial Bank in Huntsville on March 2nd. Vanschenck, a parolee from New York residing in New Waverly,…