Mayor Bill de Blasio
DeBlasio’s plan to help struggling taxi drivers isn’t enough for union
Owners of medallions owe $600,000 on average according to NYTWA data.
Some city teachers protest vaccine mandate
While the city claims to have thousands of substitute teachers and paraprofessionals waiting in the wings to supplant employees, many, including the U.F.T., are highly skeptical that the plan in place will adequately address their absence.
NYC’s new budget cuts police funding
The budget was announced as demonstrators camped in City Park for the past week.
The daily boom of fireworks startles New Yorkers
The persisting fireworks have prompted several theories on social media about their origin and purpose.
Special Report: Shutdown: The Coronavirus
A glimmer of hope for treatment drug, Florida set to reopen and DeBlasio loses his cool in today’s news
Patients who have taken remdesivr, have shown improvement in their condition over a quicker period of time.
NYC paid vacation bill could be a big burden on small businesses
Mayor Bill de Blasio at a campaign event. Photo courtesy of Creative Commons. Getting paid to go on vacation might […]
New Report Says Low-Income Communities of Color Are Not Prepared for Climate Change
Low-income waterfront communities, particularly those of color such as The South Bronx, Red Hook, and the Brooklyn Navy Yards, are […]