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When we came to office two years ago, we had a clear vision: protect public safety, rebuild our economy, and make this city more livable for hardworking New Yorkers.  But the increase of unlicensed smoke and cannabis shops across the five boroughs is one of the

Brooklyn, NY –State Senator Kevin Parker stands in solidarity with educators across America as the nation celebrates Teacher Appreciation Week. Recognizing the invaluable contributions teachers make to our communities, Senator Parker champions the reintroduction of a comprehensive legislative package, aimed at ensuring these bills receive

On April 13th, I, Barrington Richards of Fine Choice Realty and President of the Brooklyn Board of Realtors, had the privilege of attending the Building Black Wealth Community Day program presented by the Bedford-Stuyvesant Real Estate Board. This impactful event featured a panel of industry

The terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, committed against the United States by the al-Qaeda Islamist group killed 2,977 people and injured thousands, while the devastating health effects caused by the hundreds of thousands of tons of debris containing toxic contaminants and carcinogens are still

First-in-the-nation bill incentivizes the retention and hiring of local journalists NEW YORK – Today, Governor Kathy Hochul and the New York State Legislature unveiled the final state budget, including a payroll tax credit for local news outlets, modeled on the Local Journalism Sustainability Act, in

The digital age has revolutionized the way we connect and communicate, introducing new platforms and technologies that have transformed traditional social interactions. From social media to instant messaging, these innovations have opened up new avenues for connection that were unimaginable just a few decades ago.

From: Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition (BWAC)  BWAC Contact: Garfield Harry, Arts Administrators  Contact email: garfield@bwac.org  BWAC Phone: 718-596-2506  March 31, 2024  On Saturday, April 13, the Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition throws open its doors to Spring and a new  season of art with three fresh,

When I was a child, my family lived on the edge of homelessness. My five siblings and I would go to school with black trash bags full of our clothes in case we were evicted from our apartment. I am mayor of the City of

Healthcare financial systems are complex and multifaceted, encompassing various processes and procedures that are essential for the financial stability of healthcare organizations. These systems play a crucial role in managing the revenue generated from patient care, medical services, and other healthcare-related activities. Understanding the intricacies

New York City is all about what is possible. It’s a place where you can start a business, raise a family, and make a difference. Our administration came into office with the aim of keeping that American Dream alive by protecting public safety, rebuilding our

Ever felt like you’re just a tiny, inconsequential speck in the vast universe? Most people do. But here’s the thing: being part of a meaningful community can make you feel like a slightly larger, more consequential speck. And who wouldn’t want that? Communities, whether they’re

The New York City Department of Sanitation announced that there would be no trash, curbside compost or recycling collection on Lincoln’s Birthday, Monday, February 12, and Presidents’ Day, Monday, February 19, 2024. Lincoln’s Birthday – Monday, February 12, 2024 Residents who normally receive Monday trash, curbside compost or

New Yorkers deserve clean streets, free of smelly trash bags and rats. That’s why we are taking the next leap forward in the Trash Revolution — our initiative to reimagine trash collection and remove every single trash bag from New York City’s streets. When we

Although your workplace might be safe, not every accident can be thankfully avoided. Whether you tripped on a wet floor due to a lack of a wet floor sign or you hurt your skin with dangerous chemicals that shouldn’t have been left lying around, it