This year, 97% of the city’s estimated 67,320 kindergarten students were automatically enrolled into the program, with 3% choosing not to participate.
On Tuesday, the Department of Homeless Services held a public hearing on the proposed rule.
"They do everything really fast and they get what they want."
Making guys pay for expensive meals has worked wonders on one young New Yorker's bank account!
If they're fined $100 every 6-13 weeks, that means the scofflaw is saving $62 based on the price of a weekly farecard. And that was in 2009 dollars!
In a roundup of the city's new "Quick Cost Savings program"
AP/Toyota's president Akia Toyoda With millions of cars recalled, Toyota has
According to a survey of low-income New Yorkers, Crain's reports that
Gutter punk via Molly Matalon Oh Brooklyn, you frugal little borough
Restaurant Week, which was supposed to end after Friday night, has been
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