Now that the $600 weekly Federal Assistance is gone, find out what resources are available for unemployed and financially strapped New Yorkers.
Mayor Bill de Blasio announced COVID-19 traveler registration checkpoints at key entry points into New York City to ensure compliance with New York State quarantine requirements and further the containment of COVID-19.
The deadline for the State's Emergency Rental Assistance Program has been extended. The program provides up to four months of rental assistance for eligible households who have lost income due to the pandemic. Find out more!
We are living through extraordinary times – as a state, as a City, and as individuals. A pandemic is raging that has no parallel in the past century. Read the latest fiscal scorecard for our city and a message from NYC Comptroller Scott Stringer.
NY State and City work to save small businesses.
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today kicked off the State's Census Push Week urging New Yorkers to fill out the 2020 U.S. Census before the October 31, 2020 deadline and to make sure every New Yorker is counted in the upcoming census.
Economist James A. Parrott Explains The Impact Of Losing Enhanced Unemployment just as the extra $600 federal unemployment payments ends this week. Plus more on the HEALS Act...and our next stimulus check!
The push is on for 10 bills to strengthen absentee voting ahead of fall Election, read more about bills that would change or codify elements of the now widely-used absentee voting process before the fall general election.
All about the COVID-19 Hotel Program.