New York City's plan to charge drivers for using the busiest streets in the five boroughs is back on track, courtesy of the Biden Administration.
Mayor Bill de Blasio on Tuesday turned his attention towards expanding the list of those who are eligible for the life-saving shots.
Mayor Bill de Blasio says more non-New York City residents are getting vaccinated at the mega-sites.
New York reported its first novel coronavirus infection on March 1, 2020. What a difference a year makes.
Nearly 4 million doses of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine are being shipped across the country. New York and New Jersey are expected to receive tens of thousands of doses.
One group of New Yorkers has historically considered themselves to be invisible or overlooked. And it is the more than 1.4 million Asian Americans who live in our city.
Terence Monahan, the highest-ranking uniformed police officer in the NYPD, is leaving the department to become Mayor Bill de Blasio's senior advisor.
New York City officials say the discovery of a new COVID variant is understandably a cause for concern but changes nothing: New Yorkers need to follow pandemic protocols and get vaccinated.
Century 21 Department stores will reopen its doors, announced the company.
The mayor said schools have proven to be the safest places in the city during the pandemic. He hailed the city's rigorous in-school COVID testing protocol.
De Blasio says the private sector is not who he is.
New guidance from the New York City Health Department advises New Yorkers to double-mask to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
There have been several suicides in recent weeks among New York City public school students.
New York's governor is opening up stadiums and arenas to sports and concerts this month.
The vaccine rollout at Citi Field will be slower than planned because of supply issues. The stadium will be open Wednesday and Thursday for now.
Mayor Bill de Blasio has ordered an independent audit of the city's nonprofit shelter providers after a report described multiple sexual abuse accusations against the top executive of one of the largest providers.
A series of new reforms lay out clearer guidelines for punishment if an officer breaks the rules.
Bicyclists who currently share space with pedestrians as they try to get across New York City’s Brooklyn and Queensboro bridges will get their own lanes across those spans.
The goal of the change is to deescalate tensions between officers and the communities they serve.
The mayor said almost 100,000 doses are being saved for second doses. He wants those to be used as first doses for New Yorkers who are still waiting.