Greg B. Smith
Greg is a reporter at THE CITY. He was a reporter at the New York Daily News from 1993 through 2018. His beats have included federal court, City Hall and public housing. He also is the author of several books, including “Made Men: The True Story of the Rise and Fall of a New Jersey Crime Family.
Concealed carry rights could be put to the test as NYC authorities prepare for an expected indictment of the former president and any raucous response near a lower Manhattan courthouse.
An interim IG has released just one report on the city’s police department this year, as staff shortages render a city oversight body toothless.
Albany lawmakers look to open the Emergency Rental Assistance Program to public housing statewide, as NYC’s ailing housing authority raids savings and halts repairs.
Inspectors discovered another unstable wall about to collapse, just steps from where a laborer died in Chinatown while doing demolition on Tuesday.
In her State of the City speech Wednesday, the legislative leader is expected to propose putting up new public housing in unused plots within existing NYCHA developments.
Fund to finance fixes at city Housing Authority falls behind schedule set by now-departed boss Greg Russ. Now what?
Responding days after THE CITY’s original story, and weeks after questions were first asked, the Department of Citywide Administrative Services says many of the items bought in the heat of the pandemic had expired.
Mayor says he was forced to sell COVID medical supplies for small change: ‘We need to reexamine that rule.’
Thousands of ventilators de Blasio commissioned for $12 million sell as scrap metal for less than $25K.