CDC: Trick-Or-Treating, Costume Parties Considered High-Risk This HalloweenFor Halloween, many traditional activities have been deemed "higher-risk" and should be avoided.
Schools: The New Normal | New York City's Youngest Students Head Back To School, While Most Others Remain All-RemoteIt was supposed to be the first day of school for all students, but another delay was announced last week.
Glitch Briefly Delays Checks For New Yorkers Awaiting Unemployment PaymentsMillions of unemployed New Yorkers woke up Friday wondering where their money was.
As The New Year Begins, New York City's Widespread Teacher Shortage Weighing Heavily On The Minds Of ManyThe school year for New York City students started Wednesday online. In-person classes are scheduled to begin next week. Yet teachers say the Department of Education is still not prepared
NYC Parks Department Struggles To Maintain Parks Due To Limited Staff, Budget CutsAs trash keeps piling up around the five boroughs, Mayor Bill de Blasio has announced a new initiative.
9/11 Remembered: In-Person Reading Of The Names Goes Forward With Help From Stephen Siller Tunnel To Towers FoundationThe September 11 Memorial and Museum canceled the event over safety concerns, but Tunnel to Towers stepped in.
Century 21 Files For Chapter 11 Bankruptcy, Plans To Close All 13 StoresCentury 21 joins a list of more than two dozen retailers that have filed for bankruptcy during the coronavirus pandemic.
NYC Restaurants To Resume Indoor Dining At 25% Capacity As Of September 30There will be a host of requirements restaurants will have to meet.
Schools: The New Normal | Department Of Education Rolls Out New School Bus Protocols, Concerned Parents Still Waiting On More DetailsParents are waiting for more details from the district, but in a statement, the Department of Education said, “Students with [Individualized Education Programs] will be prioritized.”
'Carnival Is Freedom:' New Yorkers Celebrate Caribbean Culture By Moving Party OnlineSeveral computers are making sure the show, that features artists and entertainment from all over the world, stays live.
Brooklyn Prepares For New Way To Celebrate West Indian American Day ParadeThe annual West Indian American Day Parade has been cancelled this year, but the celebration and partying in will still happen in Brooklyn this year in a different way.
Schools: The New Normal | Rush Is On To Bridge The Digital Divide In Tri-State Area CitiesWith most students in our area preparing for online classes, at least part time, many are still not connected.
Less Than 1 Month Left To Complete 2020 Census: 'We Can't Have New York City Go Under-Counted'Only about 58% of city residents have filled out the census. In some neighborhoods it's much lower, a far cry from the 65% national average.
Pregnant Woman Shot To Death While Sleeping Inside Connecticut Home, Police SayA pregnant woman and her unborn baby are dead after a shooting in Fairfield County. It comes after a violent weekend in the city of Bridgeport.
New Yorkers Descend On Nation's Capital With Renewed Calls For Racial Justice On Anniversary Of March On WashingtonThe Get Your Knee Off Our Necks rally is focused on police brutality, racial injustice and voter protection.