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Tropical Storm Fay to bring torrential downpours, gusty winds

Tropical Storm Fay developed late Thursday afternoon off the coast of North Carolina with winds of 45 mph.

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Harlem is healing: Art and community

Containing disease and restarting the economy have been the prime twin goals of coronavirus efforts, locally and across the globe. But dealing with our emotional and community responses have been important as well, particularly among artists who have been sidelined by lockdown orders.

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Doe Fund breaks ground on housing for homeless in the Bronx

The Doe Fund has started construction for 980 Westchester Avenue in the Bronx.

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NYC schools to implement mix of in-person, remote learning this fall

New York City plans to implement a blended learning approach, with a mix of in-person and remote learning, if the state allows school buildings to reopen in the fall.

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NYC Board of Health votes to reopen 3,000 child care centers

The New York City Board of Health voted in favor of reopening child care centers next week as many businesses resume service amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday.

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NYC invests $157 million to provide high-speed internet for low-income communities

About $157 million has been invested to provide high-speed internet access to low-income communities in New York City, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced Tuesday.

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Blackout Day 2020 aims to eliminate systemic racism

Protesters demanding an end to systemic racism flexed their economic muscles on Tuesday for Blackout Day 2020; people were urged not to spend any money.

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'No decision yet' on NY schools reopening in the fall

As many New Yorkers question whether or not schools will reopen to students in the fall, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said no decision has been made yet.

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Shootings in NYC spiked over 130% last month compared to June 2019, police say

Gun violence in New York City surged by more than 130% last month compared to June 2019, police said on Monday.

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Police looking for shooters in nearly 30 Fourth of July weekend incidents

There were nearly 30 shootings between the 4th of July and 3 p.m. Sunday, injuring more than 40 people, according to the NYPD.

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