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Families have waited for weeks for information on middle and high school application details, which are typically issued earlier in the month.


Political experts said Monday’s order requiring all private employers to get their workers vaccinated would burnish de Blasio’s legacy on vaccinations—and with left-leaning Democrats.


The contentious plan to demolish and rebuild East River Park, a key climate priority for the de Blasio administration that’s prompted legal challenges and neighborhood uproar, is officially underway.


The Driver Abatement Program, funded in February, had its first class of drivers in November.


Currently MTA workers can be vaccinated or get tested each week.


New data shows that, as of November 3rd, 1,515 uniformed staffers were on sick leave and another 39 had gone AWOL, only a slight improvement since the city's lawsuit was withdrawn.


A Department of Education spokesperson confirmed that the city is "reevaluating" decisions it made last year for admissions.


The de Blasio administration has promised to offer shots at more than 1,000 schools over the next week, serving about 400,000 students.


The heaps of uncollected trash may be the most visible sign of a small but potent protest against the city’s expanded COVID-19 vaccine mandate for municipal employees.