The New York City consumer affairs department is urging businesses to keep their front doors closed when their air conditioning is on.
New York City Consumer Affairs Commissioner Julie Menin said scammers can be more active during the holiday shopping season.
The paid sick leave law, which went into effect on April 1, covers employees who work more than 80 hours during a calendar year in New York City.
City Councilwoman Gale Brewer (D-6th) emerged victorious Tuesday in the race for Manhattan borough president.
The CBS News/New York Times Poll released Tuesday found 43 percent agreed with demonstration, 27 percent disagreed and 30 percent said they were unsure.
“The park has not been cleaned since Friday, September 16th and as a result, sanitary conditions have reached unacceptable levels,” said Zuccotti Park owners Brookfield Office Properties.
Ten years after the fiery collapse of the Twin Towers on 9/11, Lower Manhattan came close to becoming an armed camp once again.
“Hand in Hand — Remembering 9/11” will be held along the West Side waterfront this Sept. 10, the day before the 10th anniversary of the attacks.
The location of Mohammed’s trial has been the subject of intense debate. Many wanted him tried in lower Manhattan, others expressed concern about costs and security of holding such a high-profile terror trial here.
Once upon a time, downtown would become a ghost time after the trading day ended. But things are changing.
There was a change of heart Monday from one of the most vocal supporters of the proposed Islamic center near ground zero.