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Those who face immediate eviction are renters whose cases were decided before the pandemic.
Mayor Adams has called the creation of a program a “moral imperative” for the city.
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Civilians make about $50,000 less than uniformed officers on average, according to the Independent Budget Office.
Dr. Shereef Elnahal, president and CEO of Newark's University Hospital, discusses how the deployment will help improve health care for patients with and without COVID-19.
Kamara’s wife and two daughters are among at least eight people who remain hospitalized nearly two weeks after the January 9th fire that killed 17 people.
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The two SNL stars went in on a decommissioned Staten Island Ferry and the mayor is pretty excited about it.
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The New York group, which represents more than 70 groups, decried the epidemic of violence against Asian Americans.
New York City tends to quiet down in the winter, but the critters inhabiting its parks still manage to keep wildlife technician Marty Woess running around.
Adams, who has called city government “dysfunctional,” says he wants to consolidate managerial jobs.
Oswald Feliz was named head of a special committee to investigate and prevent fires similar to Twin Parks, which happened in his district.
The new Manhattan DA said he has "a lot to learn" about communications, but said he will still push for fewer prosecutions of low-level crimes.
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Governors Island just became more accessible with extended ferry service. And now your dog can go, too.
The line would connect to 17 subway stations and the Long Island Rail Road.
Congestion pricing is supposed to start in 2023.
Movie theater owners suddenly received approval to seek beer and wine licenses Wednesday.
"Bill was as nice and down to Earth as you would expect," he added. "There are not many big time celebs that would be do something like that. People were so excited to see him."
The New York governor demolished fundraising records in her first six months in office.
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The statue has been installed in from the Museum since 1940, and has been the site of protests for decades.
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The need for so-called Safe Options Support Teams was underscored by a tragic killing at Times Square last weekend
Bragg is already facing backlash for easing up on low-level prosecutions. A bigger challenge may play out in the courts.
The shooting comes after a series of recent violent events that have tested Mayor Eric Adams’s promise to bring down crime and shootings.
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