Critics pan a plan to close the city’s main intake center for homeless men and lease it to developers.
As he left for Africa, tenant educator Joe Lamport reflected on past victories, new challenges and issues still facing the city’s housing court.
Day care workers and their representatives say: Here’s a way to address problems with no threat to day care centers or the families who use them.
A community media group spins off a new supplement written by youth — with stories to interest all ages.
A survey of homeless youth yields the first new estimate of this population in more than two decades.
It could end up smaller than first anticipated, but a new source of money for affordable housing statewide is making progress in Albany.
Several mentally ill residents recently have been killed in interactions with the NYPD. A panel of experts says the city can act to avoid these tragedies.
The day care workers’ union and some centers are worried that services won’t survive a leaner funding model.
Higher rates for healthcare – and the city – are feared if HIP and GHI drop their nonprofit status.
Despite a state deficit, Medicaid advocates think there’s room to do more with the program.