On the morning of Oct. 7 in Jerusalem, Steven Galitzer was preparing to go to synagogue with his family when they were surprised by the sounds of sirens. As observant Jews, they avoided the use of technology until the following day, but in cafés across the city they began to learn the news: Hamas carried […]
Escalating violence in Israel and Gaza has rattled New York City, home to the world’s largest Jewish population outside of Israel and to enclaves of Palestinians spread across the city from Astoria to Bay Ridge. Amid a series of vigils and a few protests, the conflict has residents with close ties to the region glued […]
A newly-renovated playground and field to be shared by three West Harlem schools has remained unopened and unused for months, as some officials say it’s tied to a fight over after-school access. For more than a year, over a thousand students have been barred from the space next to 425 West 123rd Street — a […]
Parents, public officials and climate advocates all say the mayor and his team were ill-prepared for the effects of a storm that was on the radar days before.
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.
Only 600 people a day can be served by ICE at 26 Federal Plaza — leaving even those who have appointments and looming asylum deadlines locked out and at risk.
Campaigns of 13 candidates for City Council got the maximum possible donations from the MSG political committee.
A new landlord will open an 800-seat restaurant as part of a major multimillion-dollar makeover.
The break highlights the city’s challenge in replacing hundreds of miles of aging pipes.
New research of historic property records estimates the toll of mansion and other space combinations, especially in Manhattan.