NYC Department of Small Business Services (SBS) Commissioner Gregg Bishop today announced the City’s 76 Business Improvement Districts (BIDS) invested nearly $167 million in New York City neighborhoods during fiscal Continue Reading →
Throughout January, the Mayor’s Public Engagement Unit will hold free events citywide to provide New Yorkers with individualized and in-person assistance related to tenants’ rights, affordable housing, homelessness prevention and reduction, healthcare, and Continue Reading →
Dozens of residents of Holmes Towers and Stanley Isaacs Houses filed a group Housing Part action today demanding NYCHA fix the broken elevators, vermin infestations, lack of heat and hot Continue Reading →
As winter weather moves into the New York City area Sunday morning, the New York City Emergency Management Department advises New Yorkers to prepare for messy travel conditions to end Continue Reading →
The Mayor’s Office to End Domestic and Gender-Based Violence, Commission on Gender Equity, and other City agencies today began New York City’s 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence.
The biggest shopping occasion of the year is almost here. But if you plan to hit the stores soon after you’ve recovered from your Thanksgiving food coma, know that many Continue Reading →
A new international survey of consumers finds that an overwhelming majority — 76 percent — would rather spend their money on experiences instead of products.
City officials have revised the estimated jail population to 3,300 by 2026, down from the earlier estimate of 4,000, Mayor de Blasio and Speaker Johnson announced.
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