The Briefly for June 27, 2018 – Rat Facts, Inside the Brooklyn Navy Yard, CitiBike Expanding, and More
Governor Cuomo signed a bill that would allow undocumented immigrants facing deportation to select a legal guardian for their children.
Two percent of the city's buildings emit half of the city's CO2 pollution according to a new report.
Take a look inside the Brooklyn Navy Yard's expansion.
Subway delays don't hit us all equally. A new report by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York shows delays disproportionately affect low-income New Yorkers.
Rent-stabilized apartments should expect rent increases of 1.5% for one year leases and 2.5% for two year leases.
"It smells like NYC garbage on a hot summer day." The corpse flower at the botanical gardens is blooming.
Watch the "Storefronts of New York" installation being built by photographers James and Karla Murray in Seward Park depicting LES businesses who have disappeared.
Forest Hills' medical marijuana dispensary is holding two free "Cannabis 101" seminars to educate community members about the state's medical cannabis program and the benefits of medical marijuana.
Governor Cuomo does not think that the Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's victory from the left over Congressman Joe Crowley has any bearing on Cynthia Nixon, his challenger from the left.
Filming Around Town: Tell Me A Story, starring Kim Cattrall, is at E 94th and 2nd, Marvel and Netflix's Jessica Jones is at Madison Ave and 75th, Showtime's Ray Donovan is at JFK, The Deuce, starring James Franco, is at Willow Ave and E 135th St in the Bronx.
It took the Department of Education one day to violate their own self-imposed rules about answering Freedom of Information Law requests.
A detective who lied in a report about a 2014 gun arrest is going to jail for 60 days.
Meet Alex Elugudin, the MTA's first accessibility chief.
CitiBike is adding 2,500 additional bikes between Williamsburg and Manhattan ahead of the L train shutdown.
"Better Than Literally Nothing" would be the name of the bill proposed by Marty Golden, Simcha Felder, and Andrew Lanza. Instead of expanding the school speed camera program, their bill would install stop signs or traffic lights near schools. Felder is the person who wouldn't let the speed camera bill out of committee and Golden is famously reckless with his parking and driving. This is a proposal that would require Governor Cuomo to call for a special session of the State Senate to pass.
Celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Battery Park City Authority Act with these early drawings and photos of Battery Park's plans and construction.
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