Jul. 26, 2023 By Christian Murray, Michael Dorgan and Sarah Belle Lin
New York City condo owners and co-op managers may soon learn that there are other major costs to climate change beyond hotter summers, stronger storms, flash floods and apocalyptic smoke.
Jun. 28, 2023 By Christian Murray
A New York City lawmaker has introduced a bill that would hike the fines for motorists who constantly violate alternate side parking across the five boroughs.
Jun. 19, 2023 By Ben Brachfeld
A 17-year-old girl is dead following a high-speed motorcycle crash in Whitestone early Monday, according to police.
Jun. 8, 2023 By Christian Murray, Dean Moses, Sarah Belle Lin, Ethan Stark-Miller and Robert Pozarycki
New Yorkers woke up Thursday morning to the ominous haze that has lingered over The Big Apple since Monday — the air still filled with unhealthy smoke from the Canadian wildfires.
May. 19, 2023 By Christian Murray
Mayor Eric Adams and the City Council speaker reached an agreement Thursday that paves the way for a permanent outdoor dining program.
May. 5, 2023 By Sarah Belle Lin
History and social studies curriculums in New York public schools could soon expand to become more diverse and inclusive, with many advocates and community leaders saying it’s about time.
Apr. 21, 2023 By Robert Pozarycki
The Mets-Willets Point station on the Long Island Rail Road (LIRR) in Queens will now be open to passengers beyond Mets home games, the U.S. Open and special events at Flushing Meadows Corona Park.
Mar. 13, 2023 By Ben Brachfeld
The Port Authority on Monday hammered the final nail in the coffin of the controversial proposal to build an AirTrain to LaGuardia Airport.
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…
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