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FDNY Commissioner Laura Kavanagh to step down, help find replacement

NBCNewYork.com (Local) 7/13 9:50A Andrew Siff and Myles Miller
The head of the New York City Fire Department has notified Mayor Eric Adams that she intends to step down from her post in order to explore other career opportunities, officials familiar with the commissioner’s plans told News 4. “My dedication...

Judge Dismisses Giuliani’s Bankruptcy Case

NYTimes.com (U.S.) 7/12 10:21A Eileen Sullivan
The decision means that the former New York City mayor and lawyer for Donald Trump will face his creditors without protection from federal bankruptcy laws.

Ex-NYPD officer is convicted of assault for punching a man 6 times

NBCNewYork.com (Local) 7/12 9:32A Karen Matthews
A former New York City police officer has been convicted of assault for punching a man in the face six times and breaking his nose in 2021. Juan Perez was found guilty Thursday after a two-day bench trial on charges of assaulting Borim Husenaj in...

Stop & Shop will shutter 7 NYC-area stores, 32 overall

NYPost.com (Business) 7/12 9:06A Lisa Fickenscher
Stop & Shop will shutter seven stores in the New York City area and 32 overall as inflation-battered shoppers seek cheaper supermarkets, the company said on Friday.

Deals of the Day: July 12

CrainsNewYork.com (Telecom) 7/12 8:41A Julianne Cuba, C. J. Hughes, Edd
Leases Marketing firm moving to Penn District Address: Penn 1, Manhattan Landlord: Vornado Realty Trust Tenant: Cheil Lease size: 37,000 square feet Lease length: 15 years Asking rent: $115 per square foot Asset type: Office Brokers: Josh Glick,...

Stop & Shop Closing 32 Stores, Including One In Westchester

The Eastchester Daily Voice 7/12 6:30A Kathy Reakes
Stop & Shop announced they plan to close 32 underperforming stores, including seven in New York. The supermarket said on Friday, July 12, that the closures allowed it to take the next steps in its plans to position the company for growth. ...

New Yorkers see 58% rise in food-delivery fees

CrainsNewYork.com (Transportation) 7/12 6:18A Ella Ceron and Natalie Lung, Blo
New Yorkers have paid 58% more in food-delivery fees since before a minimum-wage law went into effect in late 2023, according to a city agency report, suggesting that restaurant-delivery services have passed on the bulk of these rising costs to...
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