MTA To Start Issuing $50 Fines To Riders Not Wearing MasksFace coverings are required on buses, trains and in enclosed stations under state and federal law.
Prince Harry, Meghan Markle Pay Visit To New York CityThe royal couple begins their trip Thursday at the observatory at One World Trade Center.
Public Meetings Begin On Controversial Congestion Pricing PlanThe MTA, along with the city and state Departments of Transportation, announced they will hold 13 virtual meetings through October 13.
New York City Council To Vote On Food Delivery Worker ProtectionsDelivery workers are expected to rally outside City Hall ahead of the vote.
Judge Lifts Temporary Pause On Vaccine Mandate For NYC Teachers And Other City Workers, Who Now Must Be Vaccinated By MondayCity officials and union representatives filed into 80 Center St. on Wednesday morning to hash out a decision.
'I Want A Proper Education': Some NYC Public School Students With Medical Exemptions From In-Person Instruction Feel They're Falling Behind"If we want to keep our son safe, alive and out of a hospital, we have to sacrifice his education," father Andre Huete said.
Mattress Giveaway In Queens Highlights Depth Of Need That Remains 3 Weeks After IdaThere was gratitude in front of First Baptist Church, where flood-ravaged families lined up for hours, hoping to get their hands on a good night’s sleep for the first time in weeks.
Police Investigating Suspected Homicide In Central ParkPolice say a gardener discovered the 26-year-old man Wednesday morning in a wooded area at 65th Street near East Drive.
Police Seek Identity Of Man Accused In Alleged Anti-Asian Attack In MidtownA 34-year-old woman told police she was walking down West 40th Street when a man approached her and spit at her while yelling anti-Asian racial slurs.
NYPD Investigating After Man Allegedly Threatens To Blow Up Brooklyn Synagogue, States 'Kill All Jews'According to police, a stranger approached a 23-year-old man who was standing in front of a synagogue and said, "Kill all Jews."
National Media Coverage Of Gabby Petito's Disappearance Raises Questions About Attention For Missing People Of ColorThe Black and Missing Foundation says 40% of missing adults are people of color.
Gov. Kathy Hochul Announces Completion Of $460 Million Project At New York Power Authority PlantThe governor says the project will help advance New York state's aggressive clean energy goal to transition to 100% carbon-free electricity by 2040.
No New Cases Of Legionnaires' Disease Reported In Harlem In 4 WeeksCity health officials had reported 18 people infected with the disease in August.
Triennial Exhibition 'Estamos Bien' At El Museo Del Barrio Showcases Contemporary Works By Hispanic ArtistsEl Museo del Barrio is at 12-30 Fifth Avenue at 104th Street. This special triennial exhibition closes on Sunday.
Families Head To Apple Ridge Orchards As Fall BeginsSummer's a wrap! Fall officially began Wednesday at 3:20 p.m.