Upper East Side Community Board Overwhelmingly Votes In Favor Of Opening Safe Haven For Homeless IndividualsGoddard Riverside will operate the low-entry safe haven, offering special services.
'I'm Really Proud For The Country': NYC Celebrates Historic Inauguration Day, Native New Yorkers' Appearances During CeremonyThe swearing in of now President Joe Biden led to cheers erupting across New York City -- from apartment balconies to a West Village watch party.
NYC Artist Goes Underground To Commemorate Inauguration DayStreet artist Adrian Wilson changed the 46th Street subway station sign, taping over the ending so it now reads "46th Joe."
First Lady Dr. Jill Biden Wears Outfit Custom Designed By NYC-Based Label On Inauguration DayMarkarian custom designed the coat and dress set worn by Dr. Biden.
NYPD Re-Evaluating Security At Trump Tower, Other Locations Affiliated With Former PresidentNo word yet on whether that includes removing street barricades.
NYC Buildings Lit Up To Honor 400,000 Americans Who Have Died From COVID-19It's New York's contribution to the first nationwide COVID-19 memorial to lives lost, which also includes ceremonies in Washington, D.C., and church bells ringing across the country.
'Remember The Faces Behind The Numbers': Jersey City Residents Mourn Lives Lost To COVID-19 Pandemic As US Death Toll Surpasses 400,000With all the headlines and hope surrounding the vaccine, Tuesday's event was a painful reminder that people are still dying of COVID every day in our neighborhoods.
US Army Soldier Accused Of Plotting To Blow Up 9/11 Memorial In New York City, Other LandmarksManhattan federal prosecutors say 20-year-old James Bridges, also known online as Cole Gonzales, was arrested Tuesday in Georgia.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo Unveils State Budget With Hopes Of Receiving $15 Billion From WashingtonCall it a tale of two states -- one with drastic cuts and tax hikes, or one with loads of new programs to begin the COVID recovery.
Some New York City Businesses Boarding Up As A Precaution In Advance Of Presidential InaugurationSunday marked the first day of increased police presence in New York City ahead of the inauguration of President-elect Joe Biden later this week.
COVID Vaccine Demand Outpacing Supply; More Appointments Canceled As New Vaccination Centers Open In New York CityNew York City is opening more vaccination sites, including one in Harlem on Sunday, but it's still a challenge for many to actually get the shot.
COVID Vaccine: More Distribution Sites Open Across NYC While New Yorkers Say Appointments Are Vanishing, Being RescheduledAs New Yorkers flock to newly opened sites, it's become clear demand is already outpacing supply.
Mayor Bill De Blasio Warns New York City's COVID Vaccine Supply Could Run Out Next WeekThe supply comes from the federal government, which expanded eligibility but without providing more vaccines.
Indoor Dining In New York City Remains Shut Down As Restrictions Are Lifted In Other Parts Of StateAt reopening restaurants, the indoor rules are 50% capacity and a maximum of four people per table. The state is doing this temporarily and reluctantly, and New York City is not included.
New Yorkers Shocked By Canceled COVID Vaccine Appointments Reportedly Told State Moved Doses To Other LocationsThousands of New Yorkers were left out in the COVID cold because their appointments for shots were suddenly canceled.