Katie Honan

Katie Honan is a reporter for THE CITY. Previously, she covered City Hall for The Wall Street Journal, and neighborhoods in Queens for DNAinfo.com. She also worked as a social media editor at NBC 4 New York. A Queens native, Honan graduated from St. John’s University and the Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism at CUNY.

A couple that lives in a condo in Brooklyn Bridge Park say toilet sounds are keeping them up at night. Park officials are fighting their lawsuit while looking for solutions.
The mayor and MTA officials say social media companies are now on board with taking down daredevil posts as soon as they go up — in an effort to discourage copycat kids.
A new landlord will open an 800-seat restaurant as part of a major multimillion-dollar makeover.
The city wants to toss out a class-action suit brought by drivers ticketed for illegal airport pickups, but the plaintiffs keep pressing for a trial.
Chief of Risk Management Matthew Pontillo was forced to resign last week in connection with his concerns about a surge in police vehicle pursuits.
Local officials oppose the planned shelter, saying it is a remote place to house people.
A month after Adams supporters were indicted over illegal donations, a CITY investigation has turned up other instances of questionable contributions that his campaign submitted for public matching funds.
‘This is the best restaurant in Queens,’ says one fan of the the Corona mainstay, founded in Cuba in 1950.
Animal Care Centers of NYC cites ‘critical capacity issues’ as it grapples with a surge in people giving up pets, many due to financial pressures.
A settlement between Carecube and the state attorney general ensures refunds for those who paid $100 or more.
Nearly three dozen municipal pools will stay open an extra hour, but 6 p.m. remains the last whistle for city beaches.
Mayor “Get Stuff Done” debuted a new plan to “Get Sheds Down.”
“We have no more room in the city,” the mayor said. Meanwhile, the city appeared to turn down the heat in its quest to waive the guaranteed “right to shelter.”
Chiefs and lieutenants direct scheduling and oversee rescue operations, but miles of Rockaway Beach where multiple drownings took place now lack these leaders.
Hired to bring ‘lived experience’ to drop-in centers for at-risk youth, 16 formerly homeless workers now face a hazy future.
This year’s budget includes an additional $5 million for opening public school pools for free lessons.
Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg indicted a group he says hoped to purchase power in an Adams administration by gaming public matching funds.
Library budgets have been restored, but officials dubbed the deal ‘bittersweet’ as New York copes with financial challenges.
The training program to help bring underrepresented New Yorkers into the film and TV industry has led, on average, to graduates’ salaries growing by 2.4 times.
The city Board of Elections will make its count official next week, but first-time candidates in Harlem and Brownsville are nearly over the top.