AARP New York State Director Beth Finkel issued the following statement in conjunction with AARP New York’s presentation of testimony.
Everyone in New York City should cover their faces when they go outside, Mayor Bill de Blasio said Thursday.
New York businesses can only send half their staff outside under a new executive order Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Wednesday, as the city’s confirmed novel coronavirus case count reached 1,339.
Success Academy announced to families and staff today that it will suspend on-campus learning and shift all 18,000 students to remote learning, starting Thursday, March 19, 2020, until further notice.
By Etu Evans Instead of just focusing on the catwalk, this season I decided to capture the block stars and tastemakers of those in route to and from shows, who Continue Reading →
Thousands of New York City students are petitioning for their campuses to close during the novel coronavirus outbreak.
Subways, city buses and cars will be sanitized every three days and turnstiles, MetroCards and handrails will be disinfected daily in the city’s effort to fight the spread of new Continue Reading →
Schools Chancellor Richard A. Carranza today celebrated the start of the 11th annual Respect for All Week in New York City schools, focused on embracing diversity, building community, and preventing Continue Reading →
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