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It's too late to reform the NYPD, it's time for change

CrainsNewYork.com (Sports) 2/26 3:56A Richard Aborn
Reforming policing is no longer a solution. It is time for change. The Crime Commission of New York City was founded by civic and business leaders in 1978 because of rampant crime and the... To view the full story, click the title link.

School Covid rate less than 1% as middle grades return

CrainsNewYork.com (Sports) 2/25 5:42A Bloomberg
New York City schools have a positive Covid-19 test rate of less than 1% as middle schools reopen to students for in-person instruction. About 60,000 students are eligible to return to classes two... To view the full story, click the title link.

Two-thirds of New York City’s arts and culture jobs are gone

CrainsNewYork.com (Sports) 2/24 9:22A Bloomberg
New York City museums, sports arenas and entertainment venues are slowing coming back to life. But the sector has contracted dramatically under the pressure of the Covid-19 pandemic, according to... To view the full story, click the title link.

NYCHA exec talks future of converting developments to private management

CrainsNewYork.com (Sports) 2/24 7:44A Eddie Small
Despite the ongoing toll of the Covid-19 pandemic, the city's public housing agency has not slowed down its plans to convert developments to private management. The New York City Housing... To view the full story, click the title link.

State's empty nesters stay put, adding to home-supply crunch

CrainsNewYork.com (Sports) 2/24 4:58A Bloomberg
Janet Siegel planned to sell her Long Island house in 2020—that was before her adult sons moved in to ride out New York City’s lockdown. She’s not listing the place anytime soon, despite frenzied... To view the full story, click the title link.

Suburban empty nesters are staying put, adding to home-supply crunch

CrainsNewYork.com (Sports) 2/24 4:58A Bloomberg
Janet Siegel planned to sell her Long Island house last year. That was before her adult sons moved in to ride out New York City’s lockdown. She is not listing the place anytime soon, she said,... To view the full story, click the title link.

New York’s green-buildings law focused more on fines than conservation

CrainsNewYork.com (Sports) 2/23 7:53A Douglas Durst
One Bryant Park, one of the most efficient buildings in the world and a global model for environmental construction, will start paying $2.4 million per year in fines to New York City in 2024 for... To view the full story, click the title link.

Indoor dining to expand to 35% capacity starting next Friday

CrainsNewYork.com (Sports) 2/19 7:40A Lizeth Beltran
New York City restaurants will be able to expand indoor dining capacity to 35% starting Feb. 26, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Friday during a news briefing.  “The numbers are all going down, so now... To view the full story, click the title link.

Meet New York’s Whole Health Heroes

CrainsNewYork.com (Sports) 2/18 11:15A https://www.crainsnewyork.com/me
Join us as Kathryn Wylde, President and CEO, Partnership of New York City, discusses—with Linda Kirkpatrick, President of North America for Mastercard, and Kevin Ryan, Founder and CEO, AlleyCorp—the... To view the full story, click the title link.

Business leaders decry crime uptick across communities in New York City

CrainsNewYork.com (Sports) 2/17 9:05A Brian Pascus
The New York City business community is sounding the alarm that a rise in crime across the five boroughs is no mere perception, but instead a worrisome reality. “We are very, very concerned,” said... To view the full story, click the title link.

Carmelo Anthony’s son to play high school basketball at NYC powerhouse

NYPost.com (Sports) 2/12 2:03P Joseph Staszewski
Carmelo Anthony is no longer playing basketball in New York City, but his son will be suiting up for high school in the five boroughs. The former Knicks star and current Trail Blazers forward tweeted a video Friday night in which his son, Kiyan...

Hotels seek relief from penalty for late property-tax bills

CrainsNewYork.com (Sports) 2/12 2:00A Bloomberg
Struggling New York City hotels want Mayor Bill de Blasio to forgive the 18% interest they must pay when they are late on their property-tax bills. A trade group that represents brands such as... To view the full story, click the title link.
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