Up to 90,000 in pre-K as well as students with advanced disabilities streamed into about 700 school buildings for in-person classes.
Business leaders wrote Bill de Blasio asking for help bringing their employees back to the office. He asked for their help in return.
My TV show is a very safe place to work. My son’s school — well, it might check air circulation with a yardstick and toilet paper.
The tensions burst into the open when 163 executives joined to criticize Bill de Blasio’s leadership. Others think their portrait of the city is overly bleak.
So far, nearly 40 percent of families have opted to have their children learn fully remotely when public schools reopen on Sept. 21.
The system’s 1.1 million children will not return to school until Sept. 21.
Since March, more than 2,800 businesses in the city have permanently closed, and others are barely holding on. Even national chains are leaving.
Dr. Oxiris Barbot resigned her post after clashes between health officials and the mayor over the city’s response to the coronavirus outbreak.
Over the past month, New Yorkers have been urged to limit air-conditioning use in an effort to prevent blackouts and brownouts.
In five incidents, people have thrown paint on the bright-yellow street display on Fifth Avenue. Each time, city workers have restored the lettering.
Frustrating efforts to avoid a second wave of the outbreak, the median wait time at some clinics is nine days as labs become overwhelmed.
After a pre-dawn raid with officers in riot gear, tarps were torn down and graffiti was scrubbed off, shutting down a monthlong protest.