Diana Dombrowski, The Journal News

Diana Dombrowski

The Journal News

Sheboygan, WI, United States

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  • The Journal News
  • SheboyganPress Media
  • Fond du Lac Reporter
  • HTR
  • Post-Crescent Media
  • Cashay
  • USA TODAY
  • Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
  • Green Bay Press-Gaz.

Past articles by Diana:

Mamaroneck schools settle racial harassment lawsuit, call hurt 'regrettable'

A federal lawsuit filed by a former student who said he was repeatedly called the N-word is settled, pending approval from a judge. → Read More

Should cellphones be allowed in schools? We want to hear from you!

Cellphone have been a long debated topic for parents, educators and students. We'd like to hear where you stand. → Read More

Camel camp in Brewster: rare workshop aids handlers

Camels and their handlers from across the country convened in Brewster this week for a training program at the Green Chimneys nonprofit. → Read More

NY stillbirth parents are left out of paid family leave. They refuse to be silent

Some states have taken steps to provide much needed support for parents after a stillbirth. Parents are pushing for New York to be one of them. → Read More

Yonkers man indicted on hate crime charges in beating of Asian American woman

Tammel Esco was indicted on several violent felony charges, including attempted second-degree murder as a hate crime. → Read More

Yonkers plans waterfront park after buying buy 3 acres for $13 million; see what's planned

The city announced an agreement to the purchase land, which is part vacant and part in use as a bus depot. → Read More

Yonkers statues honoring enslaved Africans appeared vandalized day before unveiling

Marker was removed from one statue, while the other will need more restoration. → Read More

Mamaroneck High Schools murals saved, but 'There's a long way to go' for restoration

The murals were installed in Mamaroneck High School in 1941 and honor James Fenimore Cooper's work. → Read More

Hudson Piers on Yonkers' waterfront could see first residents within two years

The development's six buildings will fill in 17 acres of unused land on the waterfront and will bring retail space and over 1,400 apartments. → Read More

She overcame a sexual assault as a child. Now she calls on women to break the silence.

Decades after surviving a rape as a child, Maria Trusa is on a mission. Her group, Yo Digo No Más, has partnered with Yonkers Public Schools. → Read More

Mount Vernon will see $150 million from the state for sewer system overhaul

New York Gov. Kathy Hochul announced the $150 million will help address longstanding sewer problems in Mount Vernon. → Read More

5 things to know about Yonkers State of the City. One is a new school inside Lionsgate

Yonkers Mayor Mike Spano discussed everything from building new public schools to robotic pets for seniors. → Read More

Yonkers neighbors where Asian woman was attacked call out drugs, mental health problems

Neighbors of the woman who was attacked last week say drugs and mental health issues need to be addressed. Asian officials are calling for state funds → Read More

A 4-year-old model from Yonkers is taking the industry by storm

Logan Ritter has modeled for some big names, and more recently made his debut in acting. → Read More

Black groups say Yonkers mayor's comment on Bowman suggests larger problem

Yonkers Mayor Mike Spano called for Rep. Jamaal Bowman's arrest for not supporting infrastructure bill. His words triggered a larger conversation. → Read More

Calling all Yonkers public high school students, families, staff: How has the district changed?

We'd like to hear from former and current students, parents and teachers about the changes they've seen in the Yonkers district. → Read More

Yonkers hooks into renewable energy program: What you need to know

The program will lock in monthly electricity rates as those rates are expected to rise in 2022. → Read More

A $55 million affordable housing complex to rise in Yonkers

Westhab is developing the site where a dilapidated church used to be. A six-story affordable housing complex will take its place. → Read More

Weeks after Christmas Day fire, this family searches for a place to live

Oumou Cisse and her family lost their Yonkers apartment in a 5-alarm fire on Christmas. A month later, help finding a new home has been limited. → Read More

Survivors, neighbors of deadly Bronx apartment fire share their stories

As police and fire personnel worked on the building, residents, neighbors and city officials could be found in the surrounding area Monday. → Read More