New York City

Photo essay: E-bike fires leave scars on buildings across New York City

There has been mixed progress at sites of prominent fires, even months or a year later.

New York City

Meera Joshi on her 'people' approach to infrastructure

The New York City deputy mayor for operations discusses her personal approach to the job and her appointment to the MTA board.


Expanding the clubhouse model and community based therapy

Fountain House CEO Ken Zimmerman discusses how the New York City nonprofit is helping people with serious mental illness.

New York State

Q&A: Julia Salazar on ‘good cause’ negotiations and why Solidarity PAC is nothing new

The state senator talks about the state of play on her landmark housing bill as budget negotiations ramp up.

Heard Around Town

Eric Adams’ communications office: Where are they now?

Several members of the mayor’s press shop have left (or are leaving) for eye-catching new jobs over the last year.

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Likely AI books about New York politicians are flooding Amazon

Insiders may not learn much, since the books range from largely inaccurate to complete gibberish.

Albany Agenda

Basil Seggos wants to trust the science

The departing DEC commissioner says New York is serious about addressing climate change.

New York City

New York Road Runners expands Commissioner’s Cup

The race, which included the New York police and fire departments in 2023, has six more public service agencies and mayor’s office in this year’s run.


New York’s lofty goal for digitization: “Simple, seamless and straightforward”

Government leaders gathered at City and State’s 2024 Digital New York Summit to discuss ways of modernizing digital infrastructures in government.


New York Thermal Networks Summit drives conversation on ‘revolutionary technology’

Attendees at the Albany event learned how homegrown clean heating and cooling will help the state meet its ambitious climate and clean energy transition goals.