Virginia Breen

Lawsuits filed by three cardiac specialists and one transplant physician allege a pattern of negligence and revenge at the Brooklyn hospital, which serves immigrant communities.
Botanical gardens, many of which just recently welcomed back guests as “low-risk” attractions in Phase 4 of the city’s reopening, are reporting brisk business for last-minute, open-air nuptial celebrations.
City agencies often sell off equipment they no longer can use. But a few recent lots on the block raise questions during a period marked by the pandemic and protests.
Msgr. John Paddack, now the subject of 11 Child Victims Act lawsuits, is still pastor of Notre Dame Church Morningside Heights, THE CITY has learned.
The FDNY is adding five times as many EMS peer counselors as mental-health hotline calls spike and union says a “severe crisis” has hit frontline workers dealing with COVID PTSD.
As Con Edison downplays the risk of a mass power outage, some New Yorkers are preparing for the possibility amid a pandemic, protests and uncertain times.
Church hit with nearly 100 Child Victims Act lawsuits in a month as courts open and Albany plays “smoke-and-mirrors game” with deadline.
Dorothea Buschell, who inexplicably paid for a Catholic burial before dying at a Brooklyn nursing home, was finally laid to rest with her family at a Jewish cemetery on Long Island.
Plexiglass dividers on dining tables and air purifiers are among the changes long-term care facilities are adding in anticipation of visitors. Still, no date has been set.
The CARES Act created the Small Business Administration PPP program to hand out $530 billion in forgivable loans during the coronavirus crisis, leaving out businesses of a “prurient sexual nature.”
The American Academy of Ophthalmology seeks to end cops’ use of chemical crowd-control agents and rubber bullets amid protests of George Floyd’s death.
New York City health care professionals worry about a spike in coronavirus cases fueled by mass gatherings and chemical crowd-control agents.
Devin Khan and Hazkel Brown spent two days recuperating from Saturday’s police brutality protests, then prepped for a demonstration at The Stonewall Inn.
Domestic workers, cabbies, subway clerks and others who keep the city going are channeling their creativity through online writers workshops.
Workers at state-run Queens home demand justice for fallen veterans with an act of defiance, honor and remembrance ahead of Memorial Day.
Two juniors at Astoria’s Young Women’s Leadership School convinced the NYC Department of Education to give out pads and tampons along with food.
Long-term care watchdog and Bay Ridge pol say state should investigate the home that billed comic Elayne Boosler’s Jewish cousin for Catholic burial.
Elayne Boosler’s Jewish cousin died in a Brooklyn nursing home — and her estate was charged $15K for Christian burial in the wrong place.