New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said the New York Police Department will step back from ticketing people for gathering in small clusters or for failing to wear a mask.
Social distancing enforcement has reached a boiling point and everyone involved, from the police to the community, has had enough.
For 34 years Kathy Fauntleroy has been a Clinical Microbiology Supervisor Laboratory Technologist. Currently, Fauntleroy works at the New York Presbyterian Hospital and Hospital for Special Surgery
Brooklyn native and Yeoman Seaman Recruit Sade Dennis checked aboard USS Constitution, May 5.
Last Saturday A.T. Mitchell’s MAN UP Inc., held a community PPE giveaway handing out free masks, gloves, hand sanitizers and other essentials at their Van Siclen Avenue, East New York office.
As New Yorkers wait for Gov. Andrew Cuomo's official update on reopening the state, Mayor Bill de Blasio Monday said don't expect New York City non-essential businesses to open before June.
A new report suggests New York City’s death toll from the coronavirus pandemic may be thousands of fatalities worse than official tally kept by the city and state.
Harlem State Sen. Benjamin partnered with community and faith-based organizations to distribute New York State hand sanitizer and masks to NYCHA tenants across northern Manhattan.
On Thursday, April 30, franchise new car auto dealers in the Bronx, working through the Greater New York Automobile Dealers Association (GNYADA), delivered a donation of 50,000 face masks.
The City of Newark has launched programs to offer mass COVID-19 testing to public housing residents and the city’s homeless population.
A simple decision led to yet another tug-of-war between New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio and New York State Gov. Andrew Cuomo.
As folk reluctantly settle into this enforced new normal, New Yorkers take in their stride the sight, and the wearing of masks, gloves, bandanas, and scarves.
For four years, Michael Benbow has been a research assistant for the New York State Assembly speaker Carl Heastie.
Should the police officers be the one's responsible for enforcing the guidelines?
The bodies of two homeless men were found on two different New York City subway lines over the weekend, less than 12 hours apart, the NYPD confirmed.