An Adams campaign fundraiser under prosecution for allegedly bribing a top city official pushed City Hall to eliminate a competitor — even after a judge ruled removal “too harsh.”
Under the new rule, the Department of Social Services would adjust the CityFHEPS rate to fair market rent in counties outside of the city, while also requiring a physical or virtual inspection of the units.
Building “a little more housing in every neighborhood” may seem like a commonsense plan for a city with a massive housing crisis, but a long, complicated and possibly contentious review awaits.
City officials monitor our sewage systems for COVID genetic material. How should you interpret the data coming from the five borough’s poop? Here’s your guide.
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A draft decision by an NYPD administrative judge argues a late filing by the Civilian Complaint Review Board meant misconduct charges against officers who killed the 32-year-old Bronx man are “moot.”
Public housing’s eye-popping $78 billion physical needs assessment came under fire at a City Council hearing Friday, as critics say NYCHA uses the estimate to justify delays.
It may not matter much to rats if trash goes out at 8 PM, but some building workers say the new time is out of line with a work day that starts early in the morning.
Black women in New York City are nine times more likely to die as a result of childbirth. Elaina Boone’s loved ones say she shouldn’t have become part of that terrible statistic.
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The Adams administration killed the plan to create bus-only lanes along one of the city’s slowest mass-transit thoroughfares in the face of local business and political opposition.
The Campaign Finance Board flagged 600 donations suspected of having been gathered by undisclosed bundlers in potential violation of campaign finance rules. Several of the contributions figure in a recent indictment by the Manhattan DA.
Michael Mazzio, co-owner of Mike’s Heavy Duty Towing, was indicted on corruption and collusion charges in 2018, long before he was busted again for allegedly bribing mayoral adviser Eric Ulrich.
About 40% of the more than 113,000 migrants who have arrived in the five boroughs since last year hail from the South American country, per estimates from City Hall.
The Taxi and Limousine Commission has been struggling to meet a court-ordered quota of vehicles capable of carrying wheelchairs and motorized scooters for a decade — and coming up short.
The newest shot is not a booster, and it’s available at pharmacies at no cost. Here’s how to make your appointment for a jab.
A group of Manhattan Democrats wants to force County Leader Keith Wright to choose between working for the party and working for a lobbying firm.
Backlash to the International Cricket Council’s plan to put up a “temporary” 34,000 seat stadium in Van Cortlandt Park began as soon as THE CITY first reported on it.
New Yorkers are throwing away less, but recycling less too, according to new city data.
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