A new report says preliminary indications are the move by the Administration for Children’s Services to use so-called evidence-based services in its prevention programs is paying off.
Plus, viral video of a street argument between a senator and a vendor captures only part of the story, some say.
A reader wanted to know. So we asked a candidate. Here’s what he said.
Malliotakis Continues Intense Campaign Pace as Immigrants and Pols Rally: Official Schedules for Sept. 19
The mayor signs a bill. The governor gives a speech. And life goes on.
They hope the implementation of CreateNYC – the city’s first cultural plan – will foster a more equitable citywide art scene and address the labor, affordability and professional development needs of the whole art scene.
The Department of City Planning has made some small modifications, but continues to insist on the original density levels and on 25- to 35-story buildings.