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They are the buzzwords of New York City crime circa 2022: Random and unprovoked. A chilling spate of recent incidents involving innocent victims runs the... [Read More]
They are the buzzwords of New York City crime circa 2022: Random and unprovoked. [Read More]
Months after the promise of the largest rent hike in years, millions of New Yorkers are now subject to a new increase effective October 1.... [Read More]
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A record infusion of capital funding will become available to arts organizations across New York state in a move that puts the state's commitment to... [Read More]
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Leaders in health care, city government and real estate are among those making headlines this week... [Read More]
A Williamsburg newsletter writer is putting health care jargon into plain English, New York's City Council speaker outlines plans to address mental health and monkeypox,... [Read More]
New York is in terrible shape, rife with crime, instability, and rising consumer costs. New Yorkers, like all Americans, are struggling with out of control housing... [Read More]
The bill would allow New Yorkers to submit and make money off of people who park cars in bike lanes. [Read More]
More work is needed to ensure services reach communities of color, immigrants and low-income New Yorkers, Adrienne Adams says... [Read More]
More work is needed to ensure services reach communities of color, immigrants and low-income New Yorkers, says Adrienne Adams... [Read More]
Gaps in broadband access continue to plague a small percentage of New Yorkers, including those who live in Albany County's Rensselaerville. [Read More]
This week we've also got New Yorkers mad about bikes, a mayor who dunked on Kansas, a Republican sticking up for fascism and a virtual... [Read More]
Members of the FDNY and New Yorkers are remembering the life of Lieutenant Alison Russo-Elling after she was fatally stabbed on Thursday afternoon. [Read More]
Asked, 'What is an American?' many would answer, 'An American is a citizen of the United States.' Yet, at the First Continental Congress in 1774,... [Read More]
Dr. Dave Chokshi, the former health commissioner of New York City, said every single case of polio is a preventable tragedy because a very safe... [Read More]
An analysis of official data reveals that a record number of New York residents changed their driver's licenses to Florida last month. According to the... [Read More]
New Yorkers know the entertainment industry.  On any given day of any given week, a new product is being filmed, created, or developed on our... [Read More]
The poll found that New Yorkers prefer that Democrats retain control of the House of Representatives by a 54%-39% score, and favor passage of the... [Read More]
In midtown Manhattan, volunteers receive families bussed from the south amid simmering political and legal rows... [Read More]
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