Concerned parents and community members gathered in front of the Park Slope YMCA on Tuesday to protest the city’s lack of street safety in response to a car collision that killed two children on Monday afternoon. On March 5 at 12:40 p.m., two children and three adults, who were walking across the street, were hit […]
Thousands of high school students from New York City are mobilizing against guns. And quickly.
Governor Cuomo’s idea for reducing Midtown traffic and raising funds to fix the subways is gaining some traction, but not with the car-service industry that would help pay for it
New drug detection devices are coming to JFK’s mailroom to slow the flow of deadly illegal fentanyl
If the plaintiff wins, public sector unions could face major budget cuts.
As the President delivered his first State of the Union address on Tuesday night, more than 100 card-carrying Republicans gathered in the Upper East Side at the Metropolitan Republican Club to cheer him on. It was an energy filled night for these Manhattan Republicans, who have waited nearly nine years to listen to one of […]
How many people are without a place to sleep in NYC? We travel with the volunteers try to find out
New Yorkers rally as the country gears up to choose a successor to Ellen Johnson Sirleaf.
One of the concerns of residents is that auto workers in Jerome Avenue would be displaced.
A $20 million investment to improve crumbling medians on Kings Highway. A blitz to paint over graffiti along Sheepshead Bay Road, Coney Island Avenue, and Avenue Z. A plan to find new locations for noisy party boats. These were just some of the promises Mayor Bill de Blasio made to Sheepshead Bay residents during a […]
Emotions ran high Thursday night at a public hearing about proposed rezoning plans for Inwood, with elected officials and activists accusing each other of shutting down conversation and exploiting racial dynamics to push their agenda. The meeting was a chance for residents to respond to a draft rezoning document released last month by Mayor Bill […]