Kathryn Garcia, NYC Sanitation Commissioner, Resigns

Kathryn Garcia, the longtime NYC Sanitation commissioner has resigned on Tuesday, NYTimes reported. She is reportedly mulling a run for NYC Mayor.The.... read more

New York State Assemblymembers Denounce Antisemitic DSA Questionnaire

A group of members from the New York State Assembly issued a statement condemning language in a DSA (socialist) questionnaire for candidates seeking.... read more

911 Call Center Overloaded by Storm Related Calls

The 911 call center which picks up and dispatches emergency NYPD and FDNY calls in the city has been experiencing an overwhelming volume of calls.... read more

MTA Continues to Require Masks on the Subway and Bus

As thousands travel daily on the various modes of transport offered by the MTA, the agency and Governor Cuomo are continuing to require face.... read more

Trump Says to Delay the November Elections

President Trump believes the November election will be a ”great embarrassment to the USA” and should be postponed to a later date, when it is.... read more

Toll and Fare Prices May Go Up If MTA Will not Receive More Federal Funding

As of now, the MTA is at a shortfall of $3.9 billion, the money is needed to keep the system fully functioning, without funding Republicans propose a.... read more

Assemblyman Simcha Eichenstein’s Office Helps Thousands Claim Unemployment Benefits

When the COVID-19 pandemic hit in March, in addition to the obvious health crisis, New York also faced a devastating economic crisis. Countless.... read more

US Government Nearing Plan for Additional Stimulus Payment

Congress is negotiating a plan for a second round of stimulus checks. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said that, “Our proposal is the exact.... read more

DHS Restores Trusted Travelers Program Access for New York Residents

The Department of Homeland Security has announced that it will lift the ban on the Trusted Traveler Program (TTP) for New York residents.In February.... read more

MTA Faces a Major Budget Gap

The Metropolitan Transportation Authority is staring at a deficit of more than $5 billion since the coronavirus pandemic hit in early March.On.... read more

Trump Declares Masks to be Effective

Declaring masks to be effective, United States President Donald Trump encouraged all Americans to wear masks as they provide significant protective.... read more

New Guidance for School Re-Openings

The New York State Education Department today released guidance for schools serving children between Pre-K and 12th grade.This new guidance includes.... read more

New York State Regents Board Sets Rules for Re-Opening Schools

The New York State Board of Regents at their meeting today set new rules for the re-opening of schools in the fall.All schools will be required to.... read more

NY,NJ and CT Add Three States Under Travel Advisory

Last week the tristate governors listed 16 states under travel advisory, due to the rise in COVID-19 cases across the country, they have now added.... read more

NYC Crime Rate Increases

Crime in New York City increased tremendously as compared to the same period in 2019. Almost every single category of crime saw the respective.... read more

De Blasio Floated Layoffs to Save $1 Billion. But the City’s Financial Future Teeters on Many Unknowns

Greg David, THE CITYThis article was originally published on Jun 24 at 4:38pm EDT by THE CITYUncertainties over everything from property tax payments.... read more

MTA Budget Woes Headed Off the Rails as Subways and Buses Gear up for Phase 2

Jose Martinez, THE CITYJun 21, 4:48pm EDTThe MTA’s financial troubles run far deeper than the dramatic coronavirus-driven drop in revenue from.... read more

Lawsuit Filed Against Cuomo Due to Sleepaway Camps Decision

New York - The Association of Jewish Camp Operators and Agudath Israel representing a coalition of camps filed a lawsuit in federal court.... read more