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Without flood-protected chargers, the study says the MTA could lose $945,000 per day from loss of service on the B32 bus and another $10.4 million per day from the M42 bus crossing Manhattan from West 42nd to East 41st Street.
The reasons for enrollment declines are complex, and appear to include the lure of new school construction on one hand, and the high cost of living on the other.
Campaign finance scheme first exposed by THE CITY wasn’t enough for prosecutors to bring fraud or graft charges against the former lieutenant governor, judge rules.
Advocates are calling on Albany and to ramp up security on benefits cards — while officials say the law ties their hands when it comes to reimbursing the stolen funds.
After THE CITY reported on the local mainstay’s likely closure, owners say they have new hope for a new lease on life.
President warns paychecks will cease for instructors at Village home to Parsons and famed liberal arts programs.
Service disruptions abound, as modernization efforts to address them face obstacles.
With high-maintenance retail outlets slow to open, state fast-tracks launch of courier services.
Julio Medina, the founder of Exodus Transitional Community, resigns as the nonprofit faces five separate investigations.
Local Law 97, passed by the City Council in 2019, puts carbon caps on all buildings bigger than 25,000 square feet. With the exact rules still in draft form, landlords are trying to figure out what they need to do now.
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As special pandemic funds dwindle and ridership remains low, MTA says it needs new sources of income.
The borough’s community refrigerators — fewer than during the pandemic — are strapped for cash as well as volunteers to transport food.
A court-ordered timeline for fixing boilers and elevators and eliminating toxins and pests is imperiled by a gigantic deficit in rental revenue, says the housing authority.
Mayor says he’ll instruct NYPD to get people to psychiatric treatment when they fail to meet their “basic needs.” Advocates say he’s crossing a line.
Letters obtained by THE CITY show that the former mayor violated the city’s ban on using government resources for political purposes, including attacking Donald Trump.
Water’s Edge in Long Island City is up for auction on the city government surplus website.
Staff jump in to provide education and many other essentials for an unexpected influx of some six dozen migrant youth.
New data from the city health department points to disparities in race and gender that may stem from preexisting conditions and access to care.
The officer also asked the woman to cover up her sexual assault by another guard.
A former party leader in the borough says ‘ghost appointees’ are not a new phenomenon.
Doctors and medical staff at Interfaith, Kingsbrook and Brookdale hospitals have been unable to access patients’ electronic medical records since last Saturday.