THE CITY hosted a session at Brooklyn’s Central Library about how to get appropriate mental health support for kids in NYC public schools.
Join THE CITY’s Open Newsroom session on Thursday, May 11, at 6 p.m. at the Brooklyn Public Library’s Central Library for a conversation on mental health resources in NYC public schools and how to get appropriate support for kids.
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The Department of Education says that releasing documents detailing the findings of a probe into the standards at religious schools would derail an ongoing investigation.
Join THE CITY’s Open Newsroom for an off-the-record conversation with housing experts as we talk about rent hikes, ERAP, evictions and more.
From affordable housing to waste reduction to high-paid jobs to commercial rent control, we look at where the results stand on some of the outgoing mayor’s major plans touted in annual State of the City and Earth Day addresses.
The new year brings new financial challenges for many New Yorkers amid pandemic uncertainty. Join our next online Open Newsroom session on Monday, Dec. 20, for a discussion of the Child Tax Credit, how to get it — and how key government spending decisions affect people’s lives.
See which candidate for NYC mayor agrees with you most on major NYC issues.
Incumbent Democrat Jumaane Williams will face off against Republican Devi Nampiaparampil for the office that’s second in line to the mayor. More here on how to watch Tuesday at 7 p.m. — and what a public advocate does.
Follow along for the latest on the vote count, the candidates and the lead-up to the general election.
The bulk of absentee ballots have been tallied, but the results are not yet final. This map shows who’s in the lead in each district so far.
The career prosecutor, who would be the first Black New Yorker to hold the post made famous worldwide by “Law & Order,” emerged at the top of the Democratic pack after Tali Farhadian Weinstein conceded Friday.
See the latest primary election results from the NYC Board of Elections.
Our team fanned out across the five boroughs on a rainy Tuesday to talk to voters weary after an intense and confusing campaign season conducted amid a pandemic. They were united in turning out determined to cast their vote for a better future.
From picking the next mayor to filling 51 City Council seats, voters’ choices will shape the city’s pandemic recovery. Our election guide is here to make your decisions easier, with details on the candidates’ positions, how to use the new ranked-choice voting system and more.
See which candidates for NYC mayor agree with you most on quality of life issues.
See which candidates for NYC mayor agree with you most on infrastructure.
See which candidates for NYC mayor agree with you most on climate change issues.
See which candidates for NYC mayor agree with you most on homelessness.
See which candidates for NYC mayor agree with you most on leadership.