People line up to enter the Kosciuszko Pool in the Bedford-Stuyvesant on July 27, 2020.
New York is slowly recovering. Here’s a look at key figures in the state.
Only a small fraction of the money from the $100 million program announced by Governor Cuomo in May has been given out.
Reach is limited by its focus on small businesses, landlords and nonprofits who haven’t received federal support.
NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio at a press availability on July 28th.
Sheriffs will stop cars at bridges and tunnels leading into New York City.
Health Commissioner Oxiris Barbot and Mayor de Blasio on April 5, 2020.
She will be replaced by Dave Chokshi, who was a senior leader at New York City Health + Hospitals.
A federal judge’s ruling on Tuesday ordered the state Department of Labor to begin providing unemployment benefits to Uber and Lyft drivers.
Uber, Lyft drivers score victory to be paid unemployment benefits.
COVID-19 testing center in Ocean Hill Brooklyn.
Experts say a national program to increase the supply of materials is needed.
P.S. 192, the Jacob H. Schiff school in Manhattan.
Health experts say major school renovations and more robust coronavirus testing would likely be needed.
People participate in a protest calling on New York to cancel rent outside of a New York Civil Court in Brooklyn on July 7, 2020.
A patchwork of guidance can be hard to understand for renters and landlords as housing courts reopen.
Despite the surge in racist behavior targeting Asian people, the City Council entirely defunded a $1 million initiative to prevent hate crimes.
Anti-Asian attacks are up as New York City Council defunds hate crime prevention program.
NYS Senator Brian Benjamin (l) speaks with NYS Senator Todd Kaminsky on July 21st.
Front-line workers have few safeguards when speaking out about unsafe conditions during the pandemic.