Road To Reopening: Indoor Dining Resumes In New York City, As Officials Monitor COVID-19 ClustersThe city has said if the infection rate averages 3% for seven days, it will reassess indoor dining. 
Schools: The New Normal | Elementary Students Return For In-Person Classes In NYC, As Teachers Continue To Raise ConcernsThousands of New York City students went back to school Tuesday for the first day of in-person learning.
Principals' Union Votes 'No Confidence' In Mayor De Blasio's Reopening Of New York City SchoolsMayor Bill de Blasio and Schools Chancellor Richard Carranza got a failing grade from the Council of School Supervisors and Administrators.
New York City Neighborhoods Experiencing COVID-19 Spikes May Face More ShutdownsIf these neighborhoods don't get their COVID numbers under control over the weekend, non-essential businesses and schools could be forced to close again.
Schools: The New Normal | DOE Reports 21 Buildings With At Least One Confirmed Coronavirus CaseThe DOE said 21 buildings had at least one case from over the weekend. Close contacts from 14 schools are now in quarantine.
NYC Parents Weighing Remote Learning Options As More Positive Cases Reported In SchoolsA day after classes resumed for tens of thousands of New York City students, there are plenty of problems to address. 
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.
New York City Parents, Teachers Sound Off After In-Person Classes Postponed AgainThe mayor said the delay will help address a staffing shortage and to make sure buildings are safe, but some parents and teachers are not convinced.
Man Dead, Sister Critical After Fire Truck Collides With Ambulance In BrooklynPolice said the ambulance was on Throop Avenue heading toward Woodhull Hospital, which is only a block away. The fire truck was on Myrtle rushing to a fire on Willoughby Avenue.
New York City Teachers Say Some Schools Still Aren't Safe As Remote Learning Resumes: 'I Would Not Send My Child'While students logged on for the first time Wednesday, educators demanded learning stay this way.
1 Week Before In-Person Classes Resume, New York City Teachers Still Concerned About SafetyAs the concerns grow, so do the number of teachers who have tested positive for COVID-19.
MTA Begins Fining Riders For Not Wearing Face CoveringsBack in April, Gov. Andrew Cuomo issued an executive order requiring all commuters and MTA employees to wear face coverings on public transit.
9/11 Remembered: At National September 11 Memorial And Museum, Families Mark Solemn Day Despite Playback Of NamesThe images and sounds that mark this day always stir the soul, but this September 11, the upheaval caused by the coronavirus meant reconsidering of how September 11 was to be commemorated. 
9/11 Remembered: 19 Years Later, Coronavirus Pandemic Makes Honoring Loved Ones Especially Challenging"This will be the first year my husband and I won't be going to the memorial," said Tracy Gazzani, who lost her son on 9/11.
NYC Shootings: Man Critically Injured, 2 Others Hurt Overnight In BrownsvilleThe shooting happened shortly before 2:30 a.m. near the Van Dyke Houses on Blake Avenue.