The charges involve the misappropriation of $80 million, and revolve around a company whose questionable ties to a city official were first reported by City Limits.
The city this week announced plans to close schools in four boroughs. Read the dossiers on each of the institutions slated for shutdown.
The gubernatorial frontrunner says New York’s schools need to save money, improve performance and address inequality. He hasn’t been specific about how they’re supposed to do that.
Home health aides are seeing some of the best growth of any sector in New York. But the growing demand for their services hasn’t improved wages that leave many in or near poverty.
Kevin Parker is a regular tabloid target over angry outbursts and allegedly violent conduct. But allies cite his progressive record. His opponent, meanwhile, is making his ninth try at office.
Two new books explore the legacies of a former mayor whom history maligned and a governor whose role has been all but forgotten.
Will charter schools, the age difference between the candidates and Harlem’s changing racial and income demographics determine the outcome of the race between Bill Perkins and Basil Smikle?
Mayor Bloomberg selected Stephen Goldsmith for his experience “reinventing government.” But the former Indianapolis mayor’s record is complex.