The Mayor's Office of Ethnic and Community Media is focused on keeping local publishers afloat through initiatives like allocating 50% of city agency advertising to community outlets.
With women poised to take a majority of seats in the New York City Council for the first time come January, new ways of addressing public safety could be on the way.
Kathy Hochul is set to become New York's 57th Governor, and first woman to hold the position.
Manhattan Neighborhood Network proved once again that their local primary election coverage was the city’s “go to” source for NYC local primary election news and information.
The mayor announced on Monday an upcoming mandate for all city workers to be vaccinated or subject to weekly covid testing, while encouraging private sector actors to institute their own mandates.
Mayor Bill de Blasio’s racial justice commission, which he officially created in March to confront and eliminate structural and institutional racism in the city and doubles as a New York City Charter revision commission, will release proposals for the 2022 general election ballot at the end of this...
The New York State Senate election committee is holding four hearings "in every corner of the state" to give a platform to voters ahead of the traditional post-election oversight hearing where lawmakers interrogate election administrators and experts about how the process went.
Three organizations focused on equity published a report with a broad set of anti-poverty policy recommendations for New York City’s next mayor.
City Officials Discuss Managing the Frontline Workforce During Covid and Bringing Nearly Everyone Back to the Office Now
Currently, aside from workers with “reasonable accommodation” exceptions, all city employees are reporting to the office some of the time, and as of July 6, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced that vaccinated city employees could work in the office without masks or social distancing. And by September, de...