New York State plans to cut spending on localities by $8.2 billion in fiscal year 2021, according to the state’s financial plan released on Saturday.
Featured on the list of localities is higher education, which includes CUNY, its state equivalent SUNY and financial aid programs like the Tuition Assistance Program.
Student-residents at the College of Staten Island’s Dolphin Cove dormitory were told Monday evening to leave their dorm rooms by 6 p.m. Tuesday night, though the move-out deadline was later changed to Thursday. The dormitory may be used by the State of New York as a temporary makeshift hospital for coronavirus patients.
The New York Public Library, the Queens Public Library and the Brooklyn Public Library each announced Thursday morning that in the midst of the coronavirus outbreak, they will suspend all public-facing programs from Friday, March 13th to the end of March.
The six New York City residents and one non-resident who were under observation for possible coronavirus have tested negative for the disease, according to a tweet posted Wednesday by the city’s Department of Health.
Thousands of protesters from around the Northeast braved the wind and cold on Sunday to march across the Brooklyn Bridge in solidarity with the Jewish community. The protest came in response to […]
Police arrested 58 people after Friday night’s protest against increased policing in the subways. Hundreds of people gathered to protest at 5:30 p.m. in front of the Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Building […]
Signaling and yelling, Virginia Dundon was left in a panic when the bus flew past her stop. With only 45 minutes to make it and no other bus in sight, she paid […]
This Nov 5, polling doors will open to the New York City electorate for this year’s general elections. Here is a guide to what will be on the ballot. Public Advocate Despite […]
Bus service along Lexington Avenue was set to speed up this summer with the implementation of an upgraded bus lane, but the work to upgrade it has gone more slowly than planned. […]