Editor's Note

Editor's Note

Editor’s note: Hornell is no longer overlooked as America’s high-speed rail manufacturing home

The tiny town in the Southern Tier is on a comeback building next-generation Acela trains as well as other trains for transportation systems across the country.

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Editor’s note: Latinos in New York’s government need to get loud about representing

The lack of attention over New York City Council Member Amanda Farías’ historic appointment as the first Latina majority leader shows why.

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Editor’s note: David Banks delivered a sobering message about his response to the Hillcrest High School protest

The New York City schools chancellor recognized that “schooling” wasn’t enough to bring context to the Israel-Hamas war.

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Editor’s note: Pablo Guzmán, through activism and journalism, made a difference

The Young Lords minister of communication became a fixture of New York’s press corps after the group disbanded in 1975.

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Editor’s note: I was left off the Gen X list

City & State somehow missed including its editor-in-chief from its newest, and possibly coolest recognition.

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Editor’s note: Eric Adams ditching Somos is his loss

Besides partying, the whole point of the conference is to support the relationship between the island territory and New York.

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Editor’s Note: I confess I too forgot Staten Island

I visited the borough as a teen and didn't return for years until I needed it as a place to live.

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Editor’s note: Is the NYPD’s K5 robot an example of friendly AI?

The robot has been working the midnight shifts and a recent holiday, which makes sense for keeping a watchful eye on crowds.

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Editor’s Note: Eric Adams sadly delivered mixed messages on trip to Latin America

The New York City mayor was applauded for saying, “mi casa es su casa,” while at the same time warning there was no more room to house asylum-seekers.

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Editor’s Note: Target should do more to stay in East Harlem

The retailer claimed it tried everything to fight theft at its first Manhattan store, but it’s still leaving the neighborhood when it’s desperately needed.

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Editor’s Note: Don’t let migrant protests taint New York’s reputation

The violence that erupted at a Staten Island rally against asylum-seekers moving into a local shelter was a warning.

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Editor’s note: Penn Station redevelopment plan deserves an RFP

A competitive selection process may be the best way to reimagine the nation’s busiest transit hub.

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Editor’s note: A much-needed hug on 9/11 that I’ll never forget

I don’t often talk about that day, but a recent phone call reminded me how New Yorkers showed up for one another.

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Editor’s Note: Name-calling over the asylum-seeker crisis is the real ‘buffoonery’

This is no time for New York City Mayor Eric Adams and his former mayoral challenger Curtis Sliwa to get personal over the influx of migrants.

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Editor’s note: Congestion pricing is a necessary evil that waits for no one

It’s not a great time to roll out the tolling program, even if it’s the right thing to do.

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Editor’s note: The City Council should remember Daniel Patrick Moynihan when deciding on MSG

The late U.S. senator might not be so inclined to issue a 10-year renewal for the arena if it would keep the transit hub’s redevelopment plan from bolder alternatives.