El Diario/La Prensa reports on the Salvadoran communities on Long Island and in Yonkers as they celebrate their national day.
At Belmont Park, hundreds of Hispanic women live, work and even send their kids to a nursery school at this world-famous horse racetrack, Diario de Mexico reports.
One-by-one, members of Pakistani American Community of Long Island denounced the mass shooting in Orlando, in a video of a vigil organized by the group.
A Korean mother accused of abusing her three year old son has charged the pre-kindergarten her son attends with abusing him, the Korea Times reports.
SinoVision English Channel visits New York Auto Depot and speaks to owner Nicholas Lam, a math major who turned a passion for cars into a business selling vehicles to international students.
“The presence of the candidate who promotes a message of hatred against immigrants saddens our community,” Joselo Lucero told El Diario/La Prensa.
A new show will feature video interviews with Latinos on Noticia, the Long Island Spanish-language news site.
The Sag Harbor Express profiles two organizations serving the growing Latino community on the East End of Long Island – Organización Latino-Americana and the Latino Advisory Committee.
The Lunar New Year has been added to the public school calendar in Great Neck, making it the first school district on Long Island to recognize the Asian holiday, reports Sing Tao Daily.
The Salvadoran immigrant who was set for deportation for a decade-old DUI offense reunited with his family and met his newborn son, El Diario/La Prensa reports.
In East Hampton, Long Island, a new Latino Advisory Committee has been formed, reports Long Island WINS.
A Salvadoran father of 3 with a 10 year-old DUI offense has become the face of the new wave of deportations in New York, El Diario/La Prensa reports.
Organizers behind the “Driver’s License Campaign Project” on Long Island, which advocates for driver’s licenses for undocumented immigrants in New York state, say the issue is a matter of safety, Long Island Wins reports.
Advocates noted some improvement in access to programs and services in other languages on Long Island, but said there is still work to be done, reports Long Island WINS.
Organizations and relatives clamor for a full investigation of an Ecuadorean woman’s death, the second such case in the past year, El Diario reports.