The New York City subway system will resume 24/7 service after a year of nightly shutdowns for cleaning amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced on Monday.
New York City is set to “fully reopen” by July, according to Mayor Bill De Blasio. After over a year of remote learning, curfews, no or limited indoor dining and other COVID-19 restrictions, de Blasio confidently made the announcement Thursday on Morning Joe.
New York City Councilman Chaim Deutsch, who represented the 48th district covering a large swath of Brooklyn including the Midwood area, has been removed from the council over a guilty plea in a tax evasion case.
A New York man was sentenced today to life in prison for detonating a bomb in a New York City subway station. He admitted that he conducted the terrorist attack on behalf of the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham (ISIS), a designated foreign terrorist organization.
A severe thunderstorm watch has been issued by the National Weather Service for parts of CT, DE, MD, MA, NJ, NY, and PA. The watch, which covers hail, wind, and lightening, is in effect through 6:00pm.
Police arrested a man in Brooklyn Saturday morning after he attacked an officer, led police on a chase and threw a molotov cocktail at an NYPD vehicle.
The MTA is reminding motorists that on Sunday, April 11, tolls on MTA Bridges and Tunnels’ nine NYC tolled crossings are increasing along with the creation of a new mid-tier toll rate for those with E-ZPass tags issued through the New York Service Center who mount their E-ZPass tags improperly. The toll increase and the new toll tier were adopted by the MTA Board on Feb. 18.
A Chassidic Jewish family of three walking in lower Manhattan were attacked by a knife-wielding man Wednesday afternoon, in an apparent random attack. Thankfully, the family was treated for only minor injuries
The office of Governor Andrew Cuomo released a statement Tuesday morning saying that the Biden administration had given the green light for the planned Congestion Pricing Program in NYC.
Undercover NYPD cops will be redeployed to help handle the recent surge of anti-Asian hate crimes across the city, Police Commissioner Dermot Shea said Tuesday.
A Special Weather Statement has been published for New York City as high winds are expected through Saturday morning. According to the statement, winds are expected to range between 20mph and 30mph, with gusts possibly as high as 45mph.
This year, March 14th will be a day of remembrance in New York City, as we honor the many New Yorkers who passed away during the pandemic. The New York City Mayor’s Office will be hosting an official memorial event on this day, and will include a memorial with photos and names of those lost.
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and Governor Phil Murphy today announced that New York City and New Jersey will expand indoor dining capacity to 50 percent beginning March 19.
For the first time since his presidency, former President Donald Trump will reportedly be visiting New York City this week.
A Wind Advisory is in effect for New York City beginning Monday night through 4:00pm Tuesday. Northwest winds 25 to 35 mph with gusts up to 55 mph are expected according to the National Weather Service.
The NYC Department of Citywide Administrative Services (DCAS) and the New York Power Authority (NYPA) today announced the selection of two firms to install rooftop solar arrays on nearly 50 public schools across the five boroughs, as well as city water treatment plants.
NYPD Chief of Department Terence Monahan, the highest ranking uniformed police officer in the NYPD, is retiring, sources familiar with the move told the Daily News.