Want one of NY’s first marijuana retail licenses? Regulators say to start preparing now.
The New York Office of Cannabis Management spelled out the perks for early applicants this week, but advocates say some of the proposed rules may still be too restrictive.
May 18, 4:01 PM
Mayor Adams wants to fix food access. Here are the neighborhoods lacking supermarkets.
Food policy experts and advocates want more than just lentils and bodega berries from the new mayor.
Mar 22, 5:05 AM
After Slow Start, NYC Vaccine Campaign For Homeless Expects Boost Through Johnson & Johnson Shot
The slow rollout has been partly shaped by New York State policy, which limits which unhoused adults can receive shots from the city’s Department of Homeless Services.
Mar 30, 2021 2:36 PM
After City Data Confirms Racial Disparities For COVID-19 Vaccines, Elected Officials Demand Better Outreach And Access
The proposals range from family-style vaccination appointments to repurposing staff from the 2020 census to expand outreach.
Feb 1, 2021 4:00 PM
De Blasio Will Expand Internet To 600K New Yorkers Over The Next 18 Months
The plan invests $157 million for internet access in low-income communities.
Jul 7, 2020 1:17 PM
Arts & Entertainment
Randy Quaid's Lawyers Call Ban a "Smear Campaign"
Yesterday we told you all about Randy Quaid being banned for life
Updated: Mar 7, 2008 6:38 AM
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