Governor Andrew Cuomo signed a bill into law Wednesday making weed legal for New Yorkers over 21—and expunging scores of convictions for people prosecuted under the old marijuana laws.
The latest version of the bill — which still needs to be approved in the House of Representatives — extends the $300 per week federal unemployment enhancement through Sept. 6.
The Bankrate survey shows Latinos are paying an average of $14 per month for checking during the pandemic, while Black people are paying $12 a month.
Bronx residents will begin receiving enhanced unemployment benefits starting next week—a much needed lifeline in the borough hardest hit by COVID-19.
The government will provide eligible households with a one-time rental subsidy that will be sent directly to the household’s landlord.
Between April and September, about $40 billion in federal stimulus money was used to soften the economic blow in New York, much of it on unemployment benefits and paycheck protection.
Despite being down from 24.7 percent in June, the borough’s current unemployment numbers remain comparable to those calculated during the Great Depression—a result of to job losses during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The pizza chain said it’s franchise stores are looking to fill multiple positions including delivery experts, pizza makers, customer service representatives, managers, and assistant managers.
Operated by the nonprofit social service organization Community Access, the Bruckner
Boulevard building cost $87 million to construct and is currently accepting applications.