Mark Levine

Medical staffers who work in local lockups are already getting the potentially life-saving shots. Up next in the jails system: correction officers and inmates, THE CITY has learned.
Taking cues from the 9/11 Museum at Ground Zero, a tribute to victims of coronavirus, AIDS and even the Spanish Flu could turn the island off The Bronx into a publicly accessible gathering place in the years to come.
Citywide eviction rate fell 18% over the last two years — credited, in part, to the Right to Counsel law. City Council mulls increasing eligibility.
In the wake of the Tessa Majors killing, Harlem and Morningside Heights neighbors explored solutions to both safety and social issues around the park.
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