After waiting nearly one year to be paid back, FEMA has finally agreed to reimburse the city’s public hospital system for $1 billion in expenses during the COVID-19 crisis.
All of New York’s 472 subway stations are now equipped with security cameras.
As we reach the 20th anniversary of the September 11th attack on the World Trade Center in New York City, CrownHeights.info presents a series of photos, memoirs, and documents from that fateful day.
The NYPD are searching for a man who disguised himself to look similar to a Chassidic Jew in Queens Monday morning to commit murder.
Unfortunately, many families in Crown Heights, especially those living in basements, suffered tremendous losses due to flash flooding from Hurricane Ida. Many of those who lost vehicles and had property damage are eligible to file a claim with the City of New York.
More than 50 vehicles were seized in Queens following a counterfeit license plate crackdown, the New York City Sheriff’s Office said.
New York City’s COVID-19 positivity rate is on its way down and continues to be under statewide rates for the virus, according to newly released data.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio has announced that he will be declaring a state of emergency in NYC tonight, as catastrophic rainfall has entire areas of the city underwater.
New York City Emergency Management has issued a travel advisory for Wednesday morning into Thursday morning as the National Weather Service announces a Flash Flood Watch for New York City.
By Monday morning, a stretch of the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway will have one less lane for vehicles.
Reports from across the country tell of overrun hospitals and overflowing ICU’s. So why does Crown Heights and New York City seems to little infection spread or hospital admissions from the COVID-19 Delta variant? The answer might be natural immunity.
The National Weather Service has issued a heat advisory in effect for New York City from 12:00pm Wednesday, August 25, to 8:00pm on Thursday, August 26.
As hurricane Henri approaches the shores of Long Island Motzei Shabbos, torrential rains have caused significant flooding in the low lying areas of Brooklyn.
New York City’s vaccine mandate for some indoor venues, such as restaurants and gyms, begins today.
The Big Apple grew more than any other city in the United States over the last decade, according to census results released Thursday.
Legislation proposed by two New Jersey congressmen is the latest shot in what is developing into a battle over New York’s plan to charge a new fee to motorists entering the city’s center.
Dangerously high temperatures and heat indices are expected in New York City this week with high heat and humidity forecast Tuesday through Friday in the mid-90s to up to 105 across the city.