New settlement bars the former heads of Praxis Housing from running a nonprofit, but doesn’t prevent them from raking in cash from the Department of Homeless Services.
How a real estate speculator bought and sold dozens of Bushwick tenements–and his bank and business partners got stuck holding the bag
City Councilmember James Gennaro introduces a plan to help New York save money–and lives.
As Section 8 shrinks, can the Housing Authority help families move up and out?
What happens to a hard-line group when city government is no longer the enemy?
On the street, virtually everything about the crack experience has changed. Most importantly: Consumers don’t buy it, and dealers don’t carry it.
Legal Fights Plague Rebuilt Praxis
HASA’s new contracting plan may run afoul of city law.
The city’s Campaign Finance Board shells out millions to level the playing field. But as incumbents coast to victory and share the wealth with loved ones, the board scrambles to stop further abuse.
Nonprofits blast cost-cutting measure that would eliminate jobs and some hot meals.