Mayor eric adams
Queens parents "furious" over popular superintendent being ousted
Thousands signed a petition supporting district superintendent Philip Composto, and hundreds attended a virtual rally on Thursday.
May 14, 12:11 PM
Mayor Adams pledges more than $900 million to enhancing traffic safety
Hailed as "historic" by the mayor, the initiative falls considerably short of the $3.1 billion the City Council asked for earlier this month
Apr 23, 5:27 PM
Mayor Eric Adams stands by push for controversial homeless encampment sweeps
NYPD officials have cleared more than 300 encampments, but at last count just five people had been relocated into shelters.
Apr 8, 4:06 PM
The NYC budget process enters its next phase. Here’s what lies ahead
The new spending plan could top $100 billion by the time councilmembers are done tinkering
Apr 5, 1:51 PM
Largest-known NYC survey finds affordable housing, reducing homelessness seen as keys to public safety
The survey conducted by the group NYC Speaks polled 62,000 New Yorkers, including youth.
Apr 5, 5:01 AM
Dozens of city workers sent to clear homeless encampment under BQE
Mayor Eric Adams has vowed to clear 150 encampments across the city, but homeless advocates say, without housing, it will do little to alleviate the problem.
Mar 28, 7:34 PM
Adams says he’s kicking homeless New Yorkers out of their encampments. Where will they go?
Advocates say that without safe and accessible housing options, Adams’s plan won’t reduce street homelessness.
Mar 26, 3:57 PM
Adams appoints controversial former councilmember to cultural affairs post
Cumbo was criticized by fellow Democrats for opposing a bill that would grant noncitizens the right to vote in local elections.
Mar 18, 7:01 PM
Group calls on mayor to double $500 million plan to maintain parks
Local lawmakers are putting pressure on Mayor Eric Adams to fulfill his promise to make New York City greener, despite a recent pledge from City Hall to revitalize parks around the boroughs.
Mar 15, 5:04 PM
As killer terrorized, some unhoused New Yorkers still preferred streets over shelters
A string of shootings involving homeless individuals in New York City and Washington D.C. has some worrying about where they feel safest.
Mar 15, 5:01 AM
NYC finds new partner to extend meal delivery service for Bronx fire victims
The aid group that originally provided meal service after the Jan. 9th blaze has since moved on to help Ukrainian refugees in Europe
Mar 5, 3:37 PM
In his first budget, Adams unveils ‘radically practical’ $98.5B spending plan
The mayor is proposing a budget that achieves savings while increasing funding to some social service programs and tax credits for the working poor.
Feb 16, 6:11 PM
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