Stability still reigns in New York as COVID-19 infections remain low

July 10, 2020
Robert Pozarycki

Close to 800 new cases of COVID-19 were found through testing in New York state on Thursday — but the…

Fauci says likely some degree of aerosol transmission of new coronavirus

BY CAROLINA HUMER The new coronavirus is likely spreading through the air to some degree, the United States' top infectious…

July 10, 2020

Minority- and women-owned businesses in New York in serious danger of collapse due to COVID-19

If a survey that City Comptroller Scott Stringer conducted is any indication, minority- and women-owned businesses (M/WBEs) across New York…

July 10, 2020

Bronx congressman sues NYC, Westchester BOE amid primary recount

Trailing an estimated 10,000 votes behind political newcomer Jamaal Bowman, incumbent congressman Eliot Engel has sued both New York City and…

July 10, 2020

Here are 15 New York City pools that will be reopening in August

BY JENNA FANELLI Taking a dip in the pool is arguably the most popular way to cool down under the…

July 10, 2020

Submissions now open for Z100 host Elvis Duran’s ‘Drag Spectacular’ livestream event

Strut your stuff for a chance at $10,000 for a virtual event that celebrates the drag and LGBTQ community. On…

July 10, 2020

Protesters rally at Brooklyn hospital after Black woman dies during childbirth

Protesters and grieving family members gathered outside a Bedford-Stuyvesant hospital on Thursday to call for justice for Sha-Asia Semple, a…

July 10, 2020

New WHO guidance calls for more evidence on airborne transmission

BY JULIE STEENHUYSEN The World Health Organization on Thursday released new guidelines on the transmission of the novel coronavirus that…

July 10, 2020

Wall Street set to fall as COVID-19 case tally hits another record

BY MEDHA SINGH Wall Street's main indexes were set to open lower on Friday on fears that a record increase…

July 10, 2020

Centre Street is named ‘Black Lives Matter Boulevard’ but not without interruption

Centre Street in Manhattan has been named "Black Lives Matter Boulevard," but not without a little raucous attention from members…

July 10, 2020

Four more shot in Brooklyn as gun violence continues throughout the city

Four people were shot in Brooklyn Thursday night into Friday morning in continuing gun violence in the city, police say.…

July 10, 2020

U.S. recovery in limbo as retail traffic falls in virus hot spots

BY HOWARD SCHNEIDER U.S. states that have driven a record surge in coronavirus cases may now be slipping backward in…

July 10, 2020

Queens foodie Joe DiStefano to host restaurant crawl through the ‘World’s Borough’

BY TAMMY SCILEPPI Eat locally, dine globally and make your food fantasies come true in the “World’s Borough.” If you’ve had…

July 10, 2020

Reports: Mets are Steve Cohen’s to lose as hedge-fund billionaire puts in major offer for ownership

The second coming of New York Mets fans' prodigal son is nigh.  Per multiple reports, hedge-fund billionaire Steve Cohen and…

July 10, 2020

AOC believes McConnell is holding back COVID-19 relief bill in ‘poison pill’ scheme

With four months gone by since the first – and maybe the last – federal stimulus package during the COVID-19…

July 9, 2020

No way, Fay! NYC under tropical storm warning as heavy rain and wind approach

New York City remains under a tropical storm warning Friday as Tropical Storm Fay inches closer toward our shores. As…

July 9, 2020

De Blasio cancels all large public events requiring city-issued permit through September

As the city works to use more open space for public use, all large events requiring a city-issued permit will…

July 9, 2020

Manhattan borough president says graffiti vandalism might cost city millions to clean

The Manhattan borough president said on Thursday morning that graffiti vandalism to some of the buildings surrounding the current #OccupyCityHall…

July 9, 2020

New Jersey Senator calls for $32 billion in transit funds in next stimulus

As Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and Minority Leader Charles Schumer continue the back and forth to bring the Heroes…

July 9, 2020

Black Lives Matter mural painted at Trump Tower, much to chagrin of the president

Stretching a block long, city residents led by the mayor and Rev. Al Sharpton painted a large mural of Black…

July 9, 2020

Op-Ed | Why the census counts

By Julie Menin, Director of NYC Census 2020  By now, hopefully, you’ve heard that the 2020 Census is underway that…

July 9, 2020

Woman dies of injuries after jumping in front of Manhattan train

A mentally disturbed woman apparently jumped in front of a northbound C train just pulling into the West 34th Street…

July 9, 2020

City congresswoman introduces bill that requires more domestic PPE production

A New York City politician is introducing a new bill to make sure that the United States is prepared for…

July 9, 2020

Over 34,000 air conditioners installed in low-income senior homes as part of COVID-19 Heat Wave Plan

Mayor Bill de Blasio provided an update on Thursday on the city's plan to keep elderly and low-income New Yorkers…

July 9, 2020

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