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Hours after Mayor Adams announced his plan to allow first responders to forcefully remove mentally ill New Yorkers so they could receive treatment, criticisms and concern began to flood in from …

City and state workers among 19 accused of pandemic aid fraud

Five NYPD employees and a city Correction Department captain were among 19 people charged in a federal complaint unsealed Wednesday with submitting fraudulent applications for funds intended to help …

Walmart shooting raises need for violence prevention at work

The mass shooting Nov. 22 at a Walmart in Virginia was only the latest example of a workplace shooting perpetrated by an employee.But while many companies provide active shooter training, experts say …

Adams signs FDNY diversity legislation 

Mayor Eric Adams on Monday signed into law a package of bills intended to diversify the FDNY, the nation’s largest fire department, and better reflect the demographics of the city it serves. The …

MTA hiring 800 station cleaners

In anticipation of reopening bathrooms in eight subway stations next year, the MTA is in the process of hiring more than 800 new cleaners to service stations and train cars throughout the system, …

Legislators, advocates press Hochul on women’s issues

Victory might have come by a thinner margin than expected earlier in the campaign, but Kathy Hochul’s election as the state’s first female governor nonetheless gave her a significant mandate.A …

State's job growth stagnates

“This isn’t a workforce shortage, it’s a wage shortage,” Inayat Sabhikhi, the national research and coalition manager at One Fair Wage, testified at a recent state Assembly hearing on New …

CUNY faculty union braces for contract fight

“I think the central focus for this campaign is competitive wages for everyone — that has to be the North Star.”

Despite pronounced opposition from some community groups, the City Council has approved a $2 billion redevelopment project that will bring apartments, shops, open and entertainment space to a …

Appeals court backs retirees in Medicare skirmish with city

An appeals court panel has sided with city retirees in their battle with Adams administration officials over a planned switch of their traditional Medicare health plan to a cost-saving, …

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