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Jaclyn writes data-driven health and science stories for WNYC/Gothamist. She also runs Gothamist's COVID data dashboards. She is an alumna of the Newmark Graduate School of Journalism. Her work has appeared in NBC News, Spectrum, the Daily Beast, and other outlets.

Jaclyn Jeffrey-Wilensky

The city had already tapped a number of women- and minority-owned businesses to support the Internet Master Plan, a project launched during the de Blasio administration.


It’s unclear how these numbers will be affected by the city’s new policy for involuntarily removing people with presumed mental illness from streets and subways.


The Adult Survivors Act, which went into effect Thursday, allows New Yorkers to bring lawsuits for attacks outside the statute of limitations.


The fire burned through the second floor of a building in the Mount Hope neighborhood.


The parade featured four new giant balloons and a couple dozen classics.


The village of Lynbrook recently released an 11-page plan detailing how the government and essential services could run without broadband.


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