Aug. 2, 2023 By QNS News Team On Tuesday, Aug. 1, the annual National Night Out Against Crime event returned to the many NYPD precincts in Queens and across New York City. The National Night Out Against Crime celebrated 40 years since it was established by Matt Peskin in Philadelphia in 1984. Back then, the… Read More
A city program designed to assist small business owners in navigating the bureaucratic hurdles of running shop in Gotham has helped over 2,200 small businesses across the city avoid roughly $22 million in fines and violations since Mayor Eric Adams took office, amNewYork Metro has learned.
A week after Mayor Eric Adams appeared to publicly waver on his support for charter schools during a joint state legislative budget hearing, he firmly committed to backing the controversial schools during a Wednesday radio interview.
Feb. 15, 2023 By Ethan Stark-Miller & Aliya Schneider Call it a “pledge” too far. The City Council’s Progressive Caucus shrank by 15 members last week – and the faction’s pledge to make cuts to the NYPD wasn’t the only reason for the massive defection. The caucus’ leaders called for its members to sign on… Read more »
Dec. 21, 2022 By Ethan Stark-Miller Mayor Eric Adams and City Council Speaker Adrienne Adams (no relation) are at odds over the mayor’s suggestion that the council cut its nearly $600 million discretionary budget in half as a means of fiscal belt-tightening amid the growing expense of the migrant crisis currently engulfing the Big Apple…. Read more »