Plan to prepare for future storms includes database of New Yorkers who need special aid
The city’s public housing agency knew where its disabled and elderly residents lived when superstorm Sandy struck. That doesn’t mean it was able to aid them afterward. But who should have?
Bloomberg administration proposed, then dropped, database of residents needing evacuation and aid during disasters
Citizens for Fire Safety Institute spent $210,000 last year to defeat New York State ban
Applicants for marriage licenses find identity thieves arrived at the altar first
Aquatic plants that thrive in the summer sun have appeared with unexpected vigor this year
Hakeem Jeffries and Grace Meng prove themselves as heavy hitters as national party seeks funds from city delegation
Industry groups sometimes lobby state officials in the guise of popular causes