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Editor’s Note: NYC’s High Line is once again a “lifeline”

The former elevated railroad bed that once delivered goods and supplies to the west side of lower Manhattan is now providing a vital link to the struggling Hudson Yards.

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Editor’s Note: Rebuilt bridge to Manhattan’s Waterside Plaza is a win for access

An ADA-compliant pedestrian span will replace an old bridge across FDR Drive as part of a $1.6 billion life sciences hub project.

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Editor’s Note: New York City’s beloved newsstands are holding on for dear life

Between a new program converting the stands into delivery worker hubs and the loyalty of customers, this icon of city life is evolving to stick around.

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Editor’s Note: Asylum-seekers could fill New York City job vacancies

Migrants who get this far have earned their place in a city “built by immigrants.”

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Editor’s note: Moving MSG could be a winner for New York City

Opening up Penn Station to let in light would be a good thing for commuters – and potentially the Knicks.

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Editor’s note: Could mask-only subway cars make everyone happy?

Gov. Kathy Hochul’s decision to repeal New York’s public transit mask mandate left some vulnerable people stressed about COVID-19 risks. What if they had a special spot on the train?

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Editor’s Note: Missing the 9/11 Tribute Museum

The museum’s location in lower Manhattan was closed just about a month before this year’s observance of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.

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Editor’s note: Policymakers must stop the continued suffering of carriage horses

The city’s elected officials are missing how New Yorkers have a lot of love for animals by not addressing this controversy.

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Editor’s note: Weighing the costs of congestion pricing

The toll may be worth the expense in keeping drivers of Manhattan traffic.

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Editor’s Note: Migrants arriving in NYC deserve their day in court

Nonprofits working with the new arrivals have received hundreds of improperly addressed asylum hearing notices.

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Editor’s Note: Go ahead, stomp the spotted lanternfly

New Yorkers may find relief from some of the frustrations that have hit the city this summer by doing their civic duty and killing this pest on sight.

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Editor’s Note: Penn Station art promises to ‘energize’ trips through the transit hub

Gov. Kathy Hochul’s $22 billion redevelopment plan should do the same for the rest of the station and the area.

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Editor’s Note: Migrants are people, not pawns

Texas and Arizona’s little game of busing people who crossed the border illegally to Washington, D.C., has now got New York City involved.

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Editor’s Note: NYN Media gets a new look

We’ve refreshed our website to improve on the user experience and better showcase news and opinion for New York’s nonprofit community.

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Editor’s Note: Marijuana sales are all over New York, why ruin a good thing?

The state Office of Cannabis Management warned 52 “ilicit retail operations” to stop the unlicensed sale of pot products, while others in government have turned a blind eye to those defying the law.

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Editor’s note: ‘Get stuff done’ delivers for Juneteenth

It looks like Mayor Eric Adams’ determination helped create a paid holiday in celebration of Juneteenth for all municipal employees for the first time in city history.