Last week, a group of Orthodox Jewish people gathered at a lot located at 55th Street between 14th and 15th avenues in Crown Heights to celebrate Lag B’Omer, a Jewish holiday.
Taking the first steps to reopening, New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy is permitting the resumption of non-essential construction, curbside pickup at non-essential retail businesses, and car gatherings for the purpose of drive-through and drive-in events.
Hot meals for seniors and anyone in the community.
CUNY faculty members want to curtail layoffs. Some of them are willing to withhold grades to do it.
Local leaders on Tuesday demanded testing in all New York City Housing Authority developments in response to new data released by the city.
As business owners seek help on how to bounce back, Mayor Bill de Blasio recently announced the appointment of Jonnel Doris to serve as the commissioner of the city’s Department of Small Business Services.
The city released coronavirus data about New York City Housing Authority residents for the first time Monday, two months after the local outbreak began.
Black and Latino people are dying of coronavirus at about twice the rate as white people in New York City, according to Health Department data released Monday.
Stunned onlookers used their phones and social media to record the fire that burnt out one of Harlem’s 125th Street staples
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said the New York Police Department will step back from ticketing people for gathering in small clusters or for failing to wear a mask.
Social distancing enforcement has reached a boiling point and everyone involved, from the police to the community, has had enough.
For 34 years Kathy Fauntleroy has been a Clinical Microbiology Supervisor Laboratory Technologist. Currently, Fauntleroy works at the New York Presbyterian Hospital and Hospital for Special Surgery
Brooklyn native and Yeoman Seaman Recruit Sade Dennis checked aboard USS Constitution, May 5.
Last Saturday A.T. Mitchell’s MAN UP Inc., held a community PPE giveaway handing out free masks, gloves, hand sanitizers and other essentials at their Van Siclen Avenue, East New York office.
As New Yorkers wait for Gov. Andrew Cuomo's official update on reopening the state, Mayor Bill de Blasio Monday said don't expect New York City non-essential businesses to open before June.