Adam Saunders and Anthony Castillo were slain in separate homicides in the Bronx Monday night.
At least 70 percent of the population would have to be fully vaccinated for a pre-pandemic sense of normalcy to return, according to Dr. Anthony Fauci.
Workers will receive a phased in increase of $1.85 per hour over the next three years, authorities said, along with employee health care contributions.
Mayor Bill de Blasio said the city will exhaust its current supply of COVID-19 vaccine within two weeks, amid a disastrous federal rollout of the widely awaited shots.
A gunman shot and critically wounded a 31-year-old man on 163rd Street in the Bronx Tuesday, authorities said.
Struggling families waited in line for hours amid the borough’s ongoing economic crisis.
The teenager was hanging out with a small group of friends on Seward Avenue when the shooter walked up and started shooting about 2:30 p.m. Wednesday, according to the NYPD.
The superintendent of a Concourse building made the grisly discovery Monday afternoon.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo will deploy National Guard troops to city airports to ensure arriving passengers have proof of a recent, negative coronavirus test, the governor said Friday.
Demonstrators brutalized by the NYPD in the wake of George Floyd’s killing are suing the police and Mayor Bill de Blasio, alleging violation of the First and Fourth Amendments, a new lawsuit says.