Mayor Bill de Blasio and other city officials announced a partnership with FEMA to bring an additional 250 ambulances to New York City amid the worsening coronavirus pandemic.
In the latest job targeted by New York State to limit the spread of the COVID-19 virus, Governor Andrew Cuomo has halted all nonessential construction.
Everyone leaving the New York metro area should self-quarantine for 14 days, Dr. Deborah Birx, who is in charge of the U.S. response to the coronavirus, said Tuesday.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has ordered all non-essential workers to stay home due to the Coronavirus, with limited exceptions.
Brooklyn Borough Hall office released a complete update on Coronavirus (COVID-19), with up to date information, as well as city and state rules and reliefs enacted for the people of New York City.
As the Coronavirus outbreak spreads to other Jewish communities in New York City, Chevra Hatzalah’s central office has released a community wide alert regarding coronavirus.
After a large outcry, alternate side rules have been suspended in New York City through Tuesday March 24th. The decision was made after a large number of politicians and activists lobbied to have it suspended, as many hundreds of cases of Coronavirus put people into self quarantine.
Brooklyn District Attorney Eric Gonzalez released a statement updating on the DA’s Office and the COVID-19 virus outbreak. In it, he announced that for now, the DA will not prosecute low-level offenses that do not jeopardize public safety.
The Mayors plans to announce increased restrictions on Bars, Restaurants, and Entertainment Venues Monday, in an effort to slow the rapid spread of Coronavirus. Restrictions include banning in restaurant seating, only allowing food joints to serve take out.
As of tomorrow, March 16th, all public schools will be closed across New York City until at least April 20th, announced NYC Mayor Bill DeBlasio. The mayor also noted that the closure may continue through the end of the 2019-2020 school year.
New York officials have effectively stopped trying to trace COVID-19 cases — saying everyone should assume they have already come into contact with the potentially deadly virus, according to an alarming report.
Money can’t buy you happiness, love or class, but billionaire Michael Bloomberg made a $600 million bet that it could buy him the Oval Office. He lost that bet, and has now endorsed former Vice President Joe Biden.
Residents in the East New York section of Brooklyn have filed a petition to ban housing flippers doing business in their neighborhood. Housing flippers have caused increased housing prices across the United States, with Crown Heights seeing far reaching effects.
New York City’s Detectives Endowment Association, the labor union representing 19,000 current and retired NYPD detectives, today announced their support of Chaim Deutsch for United States Congress.
A 7-year-old boy was fatally struck by a vehicle while walking with his mom Thursday morning in Brooklyn, officials say. EMS rushed the child to Brookdale Hospital in critical condition but later died, authorities say.
New York States plastic bag ban, signed by Governor Andrew Cuomo, is set to go into effect March 1st of this year, and will definitely affect peoples daily lives.
A new law was signed by New York City Mayor Bill DeBlasio Wednesday, that allows the city to impound the vehicle of people who get a large amount of traffic camera tickets. The law will take effect on February 26th, 2021.