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Following the introduction of legislation to defund harm reduction and overdose prevention centers, advocates held

After the bill failed last year, activists and lawmakers are hoping Albany is finally ready

Advocates for the homeless say that plan could amount to a continuation of ineffective policies

Changes in status of visas are sought to allow the 30,000 Ukrainian students in the

After months of organizing, the employees of a Manhattan REI store voted on Wednesday to

As Mayor Eric Adams plans to expand facial recognition technology to fight rising crime, new

NYC politicians take aim at the new apps promising speedy grocery deliveries, saying they may

Asian students at Columbia University are sharply criticizing the school’s silence following the recent murders

Activists are pressing for the enactment of bills in the New York State legislature that

Neighbors of the Manhattan Detention Complex fear the effects of years of construction and criticize

PULP and the American Association of Retired Persons wrote a joint letter to the Hochul

In a bid to curb violent crime, Mayor Eric Adams announces major expansion of Summer

Mayor Eric Adams’ budget is baselining and expanding the Fair Fares Program, but advocates are

Protestors outside the convention Wednesday urged state leaders to pass a bill that would transform

As workers trickle back into offices, firms team with a nonprofit to tackle the wellness

Two gatherings across the Bronx denounce years of indifference. 

Decades-old businesses are looking to city and state agencies for relief.

Solutions include additional security, increased reporting and collection of crime data, and education.

Restaurateurs and bar owners reacted Wednesday to the Department of Transportation’s warning that outdoor dining