The city Department of Transportation will close off the Brooklyn Bridge’s innermost westbound lane to car traffic Monday night to convert the space into a two-way bike lane, Mayor Bill de Blasio said Thursday.
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New York City announced the Illegal Fireworks Task Force is cracking down to prevent and tackle the use of illegal fireworks across the city ahead of the warmer months.
The New York City Board of Correction voted to end solitary confinement in city jails on Tuesday.
New York City’s law department was hit with a cyberattack that forced officials to take the 1,000-lawyer agency offline, but Mayor Bill de Blasio said he believes no data was compromised in the hack.
The MTA acknowledged that the transit agency’s systems were breached during a cyberattack in April following a report published on Wednesday by the New York Times.
Alexander Wright, 48, was arrested this week for the unprovoked assault on an Asian woman in Chinatown. Wright, not a first time offender, had 17 prior arrests including assaults.
Nine current and former employees and officers of the New York City Department of Correction have been cgarged with taking cash bribes in return for smuggling contraband such as scalpels, razor blades, drugs, alcohol, and cellphones to inmates in New York City area jails.
A man was arrested and several others were being sought in connection with an attack on a Jewish man in New York’s Times Square that drew the attention of several politicians and is being investigated as a hate crime, police said on Friday.
A native of Lawrence, NY walking through Midtown Manhattan Thursday evening was attacked and beaten by a group of pro-Palestinian “protesters” in broad daylight, all over simply being Jewish.
Little Island, New York City’s newest whimsical park on the Hudson River, opened to the public Friday. The park, primarily funded by The Diller-von Furstenberg Family Foundation, is one of the first to open in the city since the COVID-19 and spans four miles along Manhattan’s west side.
Today, Assemblymember David Weprin, a top-tier candidate for NYC Comptroller, announced new legislation – in response to the recent spate of anti-semitic hate crimes throughout New York City – to require cash bail for those accused of such crimes, at the discretion of the presiding judge.
As of May 17th at 9:00am through May 28th, applications for New York City’s Section 8 lottery are now being accepted, with the winners able to benefit from the cities subsidized housing.
For restaurants and bars across the state, including in New York City, the midnight curfew for outdoor dining areas at restaurants and bars is lifted — meaning last call is no longer required at 11:30 p.m.
Lawmakers from New York City decrying “fraud and corruption” in the Sanitation Department’s ticketing procedures are pushing a bill that would require Sanitation Enforcement Agents to photograph violations when issuing a summons.
Officials are currently creating proposals for permanent location and design guidelines for the open street and open restaurant projects throughout NYC.
After years of undermining New York City’s Police Department with calls to defund the police, New York City’s Mayor has changed tunes, adding $105 million to the department’s budget.
The NYPD said two women and a 4-year-old girl have been shot in Times Square Saturday and officers are looking for at least one suspect.