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The $11 million allocated to New York City restaurants abruptly ran out. But Gov. Hochul's

Ukrainian New Yorkers are hurrying to support their homeland as NATO warns an invasion may

Coalition of Brooklyn community groups seeks to replace current board created to review plans for

Dive bars, which are known for their ambiance and focus on community, are concerned what

Queens community gathered on Wednesday with N.Y.P.D. officials to commemorate the two detectives that lost

During a virtual town hall, the organization discussed the importance of expanding access to street

Legislation would strengthen existing law by requiring collection of data on victims and perpetrators that

The pandemic recedes, New Yorkers emerge resilient

Police believe his intended target was his brother, also a CD vendor

The injured were innocent bystanders, police said, and a shooter may have been caught on

Five bodegas in central Queens from Woodside to Elmhurst were robbed in the past two

On 4/20, vaccinated New Yorkers who like cannabis got a reward

Hundreds rally for safety and better working conditions

At the Barclays Center, advocates promise to continue the fight for police accountability

Brooklyn Botanic Gardens to resume events every weekend in spring

A former Modell’s store in Elmhurst turns into a vaccination site

The pandemic led to a shortfall of blood supplies, but thanks to drives, the city

8-alarm blaze displaced 200 families, but neighbors and organizations came to help with essentials

Regardless of impending universal eligibility, some New Yorkers strive for earlier shots

Police report five incidents over the weekend, as voices against hate grow louder