While dozens of families have been successfully relocated to new housing, one survivor says she was forced out of her hotel after the city couldn’t match her previous apartment.
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Several bus lines are trying out reserving space for open strollers, but drivers fear conflicts among riders to come.
Monday’s chaotic meetings ended with the party leader winning with just 23 of 44 executive committee votes.
E-bike and phone chargers are coming soon to City Hall Park and other spots, after drivers for companies like Grubhub and DoorDash dreamed of having warm places to pause between runs.
“This is a return to the worst behavior of the university who thinks they don’t live with us, they live above us,” one local official charged as Columbia said it had given the school ample notice its time was up.
Gerald Esposito’s sudden retirement leaves Community Board 1 bracing for budget catastrophe as he redeems decades of unspent vacation time. Two other recent Brooklyn board retirees got paid more than $200,000 between them.
While migrants often say their long journey to the United States has been worthwhile, adapting to the city is still an uphill battle.
After a scandal-filled first term and a big botched meeting earlier this month, Rodneyse Bichotte Hermelyn expects to retain her hold on power in a vote on Monday, party insiders tell THE CITY.
Corrections departments in California and Chicago highlight benefits and challenges of moves to place chaotic lockups under outside control.
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As tickets mount, many vendors feel like they’re being punished by the Adams administration for not having a permit even as they have no way to get a permit.
When the sibling owners of Dragonetti Brothers Landscaping were indicted in an insurance scam last year, tree maintenance in Brooklyn and Queens was put on hold. But the city Department of Investigation is working with Parks officials to rev up the chainsaws again.
Join THE CITY’s memorial project, MISSING THEM, for conversation at a community fair on 123rd Street in Harlem this Sunday, Oct. 2.
The Eric Adams ally was a top NYPD official when he suddenly resigned in 2014, before a federal investigation yielded bribery convictions of civilian associates. Now his schedules show he’s playing a previously undisclosed role in helping run the NYPD.
This summer, 725 people visited city emergency rooms — that’s almost 13% more than during the same period in 2021, and nearly as many as in 2018.
The nonprofit that built PortSide Park was told on Friday to cease and desist, or get booted off the pier entirely. By Monday, the community space was gone.
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A Pakistani–American taxi driver says he had his license and livelihood suspended after an NYPD officer accused him of an assault that never happened.
Evener Leon didn’t pay his gas or heat bills but instead gave tenants space heaters and hot plates in what a judge said was “an absolute disaster waiting to happen.”