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9/11 Tribute In Light Canceled Due To Coronavirus FearsMichael Frazier, a spokesman for National September 11 Memorial & Museum, said organizers were concerned about the health risks to workers who would set up the display.
Dozen Injured In Multi-Vehicle Crash Involving MTA Bus In CanarsieTwelve people were hurt after a Metropolitan Transportation Authority bus and two other vehicles crashed in Brooklyn on Thursday evening.
Feds: Yale Discriminates Against Asian, White ApplicantsYale denied the allegation, calling it “meritless” and “hasty.”
Arrest Made In Fatal Stabbing And Burning Of Promising Bronx 18-Year-Old Winston OrtizAdones Betances, 22, has been charged with murder and manslaughter. Police sources said they believe the motive was some kind of dispute over the victim's girlfriend.
Mayor De Blasio Pledges A Nurse In Every School, But UFT President Says He'll Fight Reopening If Stringent Safety Isn't MetUFT President Michael Mulgrew said he will do everything in his power to prevent schools that don’t meet stringent safety standards from reopening next month -- even if it means going to court.
Another Movie/TV Production Facility Coming To Brooklyn, This One With The Promise Of Jobs And InclusivitySteiner Studios just got the nod to open a second film and television production facility, this one in Sunset Park.
Citi Bike May Hold Key To East Village Restaurant's SurvivalThe owners of an East Village restaurant say the city is refusing to make one simple change that could save their business.
Paterson School District Unsure If All Students Will Be Equipped With Laptops In Time For Virtual ClassesThe Paterson school board voted late Wednesday night to change the school district's hybrid learning plan. It will now be completely virtual until at least October.