The Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s inspector general found some track inspectors skipped inspections and filed false reports on several occasions.
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New York City’s primaries will be the largest U.S. election to use ranked-choice voting, representing a major test for the method.
The Covid-19 pandemic has made some New Yorkers rethink their relationship to work and they’re coming up with different ways to make ends meet.
The New York chain, which was made famous by the “Sex and the City” TV series, was sold to a venture-capital firm co-founded by Hudson Yards developer Stephen Ross.
Liquor stores are lobbying against a bill which would let restaurants continue to sell takeout drinks, a trend that flourished during the pandemic.
Officials in Warwick, N.Y., have attracted cannabis-related businesses in hopes of adding jobs and tax revenue, but some parents and small growers are wary of the development.
Momentum from his presidential run pushed him to the top of the polls in the mayor’s race, despite his lack of experience.
Federal agents are investigating as more than two dozen hate crimes against Jews were reported in May in New York City.
The federal government completed the environmental review of a proposed $11 billion rail tunnel under the Hudson River between New York and New Jersey, paving the way for the project’s advancement.
The $11 billion East Side Access is scheduled to open below Grand Central Terminal next year—over budget and years behind schedule.
The state and city add more vaccine incentives and sites to address hesitancy and waning demand.