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Schools adding 850 safety agents

Mayor Eric Adams and the city schools chancellor announced plans to train 650 school safety agents throughout the coming school year — and a possible pathway for safety agents and other civilian …

CUNY wants to re-enroll New Yorkers in college

After nine years of college studies, Tom Reingold found the rigors of coursework too difficult and dropped out of Hunter College in 1987 without receiving a degree.  He went on to work in …

Historical novel brings Sept. 11 and its aftermath into focus

Even 21 years after the Twin Towers collapsed, 9/11 remains a raw memory for Joe Calderone. Calderone, at the time an investigative editor at the Daily News, got to ground zero a day after the …

Catsimatidis-owned firm must offer to rehire workers

Workers at a John Catsimatidis-owned oil company who were fired after they went on strike last year must be offered their jobs back, according to a settlement between the firm and the National Labor …

TWU opposes bill that would ban Central Park horse carriages

Martin Vazquez, 39, held out his hand out for his wife Sofia, 37, as she stepped out of a pedicab on Central Park South on Labor Day. The married couple of eight years consciously chose for their …

We’re number one. Amid a recent wave of organizing campaigns across the country, New York City had the highest rate of newly-unionized private-sector workers, according to a recent report.Between …

Former NYPD cop sentenced to 10 years for Jan. 6 assault

A former NYPD cop was sentenced this week to 10 years in prison for striking a Washington, D.C., police officer with a flagpole during the violent Jan. 6 takeover of the U.S. Capitol by supporters of …

After 4 decades on The Job, detective bids adieu to NYPD

Much has changed since Frank Ciccone joined the ranks of what was then the New York City Housing Authority Police Department. Call them the bad old days. Despite recent headlines suggesting …

NYPD cops sue city over vax exemption process

A number of NYPD officers are suing the city, claiming that officials’ responses to their requests for religious exemptions from the vaccine mandate were a sham.The suits, filed in Manhattan …

City announces debt-relief plan for taxi drivers

New York City taxi drivers who owe hundreds of thousands of dollars on loans they took out to operate yellow cabs will see their burdens reduced substantially under a debt relief program announced …

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