By Bretton Love “There have been other scares before, but they weren’t worldwide. This is so important, so vital to us as human beings because, if we don’t stop it, we will all die.”
As the City continues to increase its measures to ensure that all New Yorkers are protected and isolated during these unparalleled times, our office keeps working to keep you updated with new and relevant information.
Mayor Bill de Blasio and Department of Consumer and Worker Protection (DCWP) Commissioner Lorelei Salas today announced the Department filed a case against Metro Drugs (931 Lexington Avenue).
FreshDirect, in partnership with all five of New York City’s Borough Presidents, Eric Adams from Brooklyn, Gale Brewer from Manhattan, Ruben Diaz Jr. from the Bronx, Sharon Lee from Queens and James Oddo from Staten Island, today.
By Marcus Samuelsson This past week has been the toughest of my career, as I’m sure is true for many of you. My city, New York, is under siege by this cruel and relentless virus.
Today, Tuesday, March 24th, from 7:00 – 8:15 pm hear from Council Member MARK LEVINE talk about the latest on the City’s and State’s Response to the Coronavirus/Covid-19 crisis and more.
The New York Public Library is pleased to offer online tutoring to provide families with homework help, enrichment activities, and remote learning support through our partnership with Brainfuse.
Dear Friends and Neighbors, As we begin the workweek, I hope to find you and your family in good health.
Companies are asking us what nonprofits need right now and how pro bono can help.
The sprawling Javits Center in Manhattan, normally a host of conventions, soon will become a temporary hospital set up to deal with the new coronavirus, announced Gov. Andrew Cuomo.
First and foremost, I hope you are staying well. As a company, Whole Foods Market is adjusting to the current circumstances that all of us are facing during this unprecedented time.
Experts have been advising consumers to practice social distancing and double down on their hygiene practices due to the coronavirus outbreak (COVID-19).
New York will go under a stay-in-place order after Gov. Andrew Cuomo issues an executive order that goes into effect Sunday.
Statement from Council Member Ydanis Rodriguez: Given the highly contagious nature of the Coronavirus and lack of widespread testing in New York City, I call on Mayor de Blasio to shut down New York City immediately.
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