Kathy Hochul

Hochul gets the last laugh in press show rebuttal: ‘Is that guy from Colorado still telling me what to say?’

The governor got some good-natured ribbing for her multiple trials and tribulations over the past legislative session.


All the ways inflation is stressing New York City residents

From food to housing, costs are increasing much faster than wages, leading to an exodus.


Francisco Moya is so close to bringing professional soccer to Willets Point

For over a decade, he has led the push to revitalize the “valley of ashes” with sports, housing and more.

Interviews & Profiles

How to develop more complete NYCHA complexes

A Q&A with New York City Housing Authority Executive Vice President for Real Estate Development Jonathan Gouveia.


‘She couldn’t handle it’ – why Kristin Richardson Jordan dropped out

Charles Barron, KRJ’s closest ally in the City Council, said he tried to convince her to stay in the race.

Interviews & Profiles

Affordable housing in NY isn’t completely up in flames

RuthAnne Visnauskas, commissioner of state Homes and Community Renewal, discusses current state efforts to make housing affordable in the state.

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What New York City bus routes should be free? City & State readers pick popular crosstown buses

The MTA is going to pilot a free bus route in every borough, but they haven’t said which routes will be selected.

Heard Around Town

De Blasio turns 62 and rounds up the old gang

The former New York City mayor is following up his birthday with a reunion of his old administration.


George Santos’ lies, ranked

Would you put stealing from a dog’s GoFundMe higher or lower than saying your employees were killed in a mass shooting?

New York City

Council member, advocates criticize reduced city funding for senior meals

The mayor’s latest budget proposal would lower funding for meal programs for older New Yorkers because of “less than anticipated usage.”

Interviews & Profiles

How NYC is streamlining MWBE contracting

Lisa Flores, chief procurement officer and director of the Mayor's Office of Contract Services, discussed efforts that have improved how MWBE vendors interact with the city in a Q&A at City & State’s Diversity Summit.