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The pandemic brought about a lot changes, including far more people working from home. Except those homes aren’t necessarily inside New York state. more
New York City has, by far, the lowest coronavirus infection rates in the state. But even that achievement could soon be challenged by the omicron variant — first seen earlier this month in Botswana, and quickly spreading through Africa — and Gov. Kathy Hochul says she wants to make sure New York is ready. more
It’s always been a family affair, but the coronavirus pandemic has taken Stella Borukhova’s pharmacy on an especially rocky “rollercoaster” of a ride. more
It wasn’t that long ago this corner of the Bronx was shaken when a vandal broke windows of four local synagogues and was ultimately charged with a series of hate crimes. more
It’s the end of yet another year, and while most of New York City is back in business, there is still a lot of reading going on. more
The ever-growing number of empty storefronts is an issue New York City has struggled with for years. And the months-long shutdowns that came with the coronavirus pandemic last year certainly didn’t help. more
Thanksgiving isn’t quite here yet, but that doesn’t mean you can’t get an early start on the holiday spirit with the return of the New York Botanical Garden’s Holiday Train Show. more
The leaves are changing color, and with that we change seasons. That typically signifies new beginnings, but even with coronavirus infection rates falling across the city, there are still fears another surge could be on the horizon. more
Some of New York City’s larger hotels that significantly cut staff or outright shut down in wake of the coronavirus pandemic will need to open by the end of the month, or could be forced to pay out severance for as much as $15,000 per employee. more
Jordan Dewbre wants to help as many people as possible during these difficult times. BronxWorks has joined a consortium of nonprofits to form the Bronx Rental Assistance Network — or BxRAN — to help connect those renters in need with the state’s emergency financial assistance program. more
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