The nation’s largest transit system teeters on the edge of a financial crisis, leaving it with few options other than imposing major spending cuts and borrowing billions of dollars. “None of the choices are good,” Chairman Patrick Foye says.
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New York City parent leaders grilled Schools Chancellor Richard Carranza about his plans to reopen schools in the fall, with some expressing deep frustration that they didn’t have more say.
New York Mayor Bill de Blasio unveiled a plan to reopen the nation’s largest school district this fall with a mix of online learning and in-person instruction two or three days a week.
An SUV driver drove through a Black Lives Matter protest in Midtown Manhattan Tuesday evening after demonstrators tried to stop his car while they marched, New York Police Department officials said.
Officials in the NYPD and in New Jersey say programs that provide psychological support to officers have been helpful, with an increasing number of officers taking advantage of therapy.
Technology used by New York City public health officials to spot cases of Legionnaires’ disease or a serious food-borne illness has been fine-tuned to pick up potentially connected cases of the novel coronavirus.
Decision could bring relief to struggling parents but also puts some providers in a tough spot.
Fear of mass transit or just the need for a getaway vehicle sends a surge of city residents to car dealers.
Nearly all retail outlets deemed nonessential have struggled to some degree during the pandemic. Last month, many in New York City reopened as part of a phased economic reopening.
Amy Cooper, the white woman who falsely accused a Black bird-watcher of threatening her life in Central Park, faces misdemeanor charges, the Manhattan district attorney’s office said Monday.
New York City could see a jump in crime this summer driven by bail-overhaul laws, the release of people from city jails amid the coronavirus pandemicand rising antipolice sentiment, NYPD officials said Monday.