An audit has confirmed what many have suspected—plenty of public housing vacancies are available that aren’t being filled.
Last Thursday, the NAACP New York State Conference Metropolitan Council of Branches filed a class action lawsuit against employers who use the job sites Monster, ZipRecruiter and Indeed to illegally post job listings in New York with bans on applicants with felony convictions.
Last Friday marked the beginning of a historic Pride Week in New York City and around the country, when the U.S. Supreme Court voted 5-4 in favor of marriage equality.
A tentative deal has been reached on rent regulation, but many feel as if Albany simply kicked the can down the road
According to New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, the renewed rent laws include an increase in the decontrol threshold for vacant rent stabilized units.
A new report from the Community Service Society chronicles how a group of New Yorkers who are constantly discussed, but never heard from feel about their situation.
New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman caught a landscaping company red-handed and is asking them to pay up.
Some New Yorkers might wonder aloud who’s exactly in charge of education in New York City.
Art exhibits tend to be associated with the upper class and sophistication.
Wednesday afternoon, over 1,000 New York City firefighters and police officers made their way to Albany, N.Y., to rally in front of the New York Capitol.
Monday, the Associated Musicians of Greater New York Local 802 AFM announced a new collective bargaining agreement with the New York venue, 54 Below.