Eric Adams says NYC's government has been ‘dysfunctional for far too long’ in first speech as mayor
2 January 2022
New York City Mayor Eric Adams opened his administration on Saturday by telling residents they would bounce back from the coronavirus pandemic and fix longstanding issues like crime-ridden communities. "Our government has been dysfunctional for...
New York authorities impose health restrictions for New Year's Eve celebrations in Times Square
24 December 2021
New Year in New York City New Year's Eve celebrations in New York City's main Times Square will be held under heightened health restrictions amid the spread of the Omicron coronavirus strain. A statement to that effect was published on Thursday on t...
New York mayor tells Biden for help over rise in COVID-19
20 December 2021
Help for New York City New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio appealed to U.S. President Joe Biden on Sunday for urgent aid to the metropolis due to a spike in COVID-19 infections there. The reporting Politico newspaper noted th...
New York sees record daily high of new Covid-19
18 December 2021
COVID outbreak New York City appears unable to cope with the rising incidence of the omicron strain of coronavirus, even despite some of the toughest restrictions and highest vaccination rates in the United States. The number of new cases of the vi...
New York governor's closest aide resigns amid scandal
9 August 2021
To resign New York Governor Andrew Cuomo's closest aide Melissa Derosa has resigned after prosecutors found evidence of sexual harassment by the state chief. Melissa Derosa said: "It has been an honour to serve the people of my ...
Eric Adams won Democrat primary ahead of New York mayoral election
7 July 2021
Democrat primary ahead of mayoral election Brooklyn Borough Supervisor Eric Adams has won the primary election among Democrats running for mayor of New York City. The Associated Press&...
New York Board of Elections admits tabulation error
30 June 2021
Mistake in the vote count The New York City Election Commission has admitted that an error was made in the tallying of the midterm primary election results among Democrats running for mayor. A statement to that&nbs...
Andrew Yang is out of the running for mayor of New York
23 June 2021
New York City mayor's post Businessman Andrew Yang, who previously sought the Democratic presidential nomination, has decided to withdraw from the race for mayor of New York City he started this year. The businessman told su...
Trump's company sues New York authorities for reneging on contract
22 June 2021
Lawsuit against New York authorities The Trump Organization, a US company owned by former US President Donald Trump, has filed a lawsuit against the New York City authorities for reneging on a golf course maintenance contract following the January i...
New York plans to be fully open by 1 July
2 May 2021
Lifting restrictions As of 1 July, the city should fully return to its pre-Soviet life. This was announced today by New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio. According to his schedule, restaurants, stadiu...
New York City makes it easier for residents to get vaccinated against the coronavirus
24 April 2021
Vaccination made more accessible to New Yorkers New York City authorities have expanded access to vaccination against the new coronavirus for the city's entire population, regardless of neighborhood. This was announced on Fr...
Andrew Cuomo announced about serving people inside restaurants
14 February 2021
Restaurateurs have been given hope It won't be long before, as Governor Andrew Cuomo said, it will be possible to serve diners on the premises of establishments, which were banned last December to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. The number o...
The New York City Council has passed a bill to increase street vending licenses issued by the Health Department
12 February 2021
Merchants will be given a run for their money By 34 votes in favour to 13 against, the City Council passed Intro.1116-B, a bill proposed by Democrat Margaret Chin of Manhattan back in 2018 that would increase the street vending licenses issued by th...
The city of New York was divided into sectors
16 November 2020
Lockdown in New York Due to fears of a second coronavirus wave, the state and city authorities in New York City have decided to reintroduce strict quarantine restrictions. An increase in disease in some areas has been reported since late August, so...
Mayor Bill de Blasio preparing to close schools immediately if positivity threshold reached
12 November 2020
Mayor Bill de Blasio said Thursday that New York City is preparing to temporarily close schools if the current spike of new coronavirus cases surpasses the predetermined threshold. The city's rolling seven-day positivity average continues to tick up...
Passengers without masks will be fined
31 October 2020
New York airports will start punishing passengers without masks Passengers of PATH bus and train terminals will also be fined for missing masks. The fine will amount to $50. The new rule will come into force on Monday, 2 November. It applies to pas...
Mayor of New York City sends City Hall on a week's holiday
24 October 2020
The reduction in payments to the Mayor and his subordinates will save approximately $1 million The current Coronovirus theme is still unique, and the city of New York needs help to deal with its city budget deficit. The article will talk about what ...
Cuomo warns NYC religious institutions could be shut down for coronavirus violations
6 October 2020
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo warned Monday the state could move to shut down religious institutions that do not agree to comply with restrictions on mass gatherings during the coronavirus pandemic. Cuomo, a Democrat, said state off...
Cuomo: CDC reversal on testing and quarantining 'indefensible actions' in COVID-19 fight
27 August 2020
Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo harshly criticized new federal guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention that relax COVID-19 testing requirements, calling the change of direction "indefensible" and accusing the agency of bowing to...
Giuliani hammers 'stupid,' 'communist' de Blasio, says Black Lives Matter 'is not a benign organization'
12 July 2020
Former New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani bashed the current mayor, Bill de Blasio, on "Hannity" Friday, saying the incumbent's policies have undone the progress the city made under Giuliani and his successor Michael Bloomberg. Giul...
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