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The city is moving to terminate more than 1,000 educators and dozens of firefighters who have failed to comply with coronavirus vaccine requirements.About 1,300 unvaccinated public-school employees …

CUNY facing a sharp decline in security officers

The City University of New York has seen a 40 percent reduction in campus peace officers and campus security assistants, leaving campuses vulnerable. Prior to the pandemic, CUNY staffed about …

S.I. Ferry engineers deserve big raises, judge finds

Staten Island Ferry engineers should be getting paid the same as mariners working similar jobs on open-sea cargo vessels, according to findings by an administrative law judge, a decision that could …

He was lauded for his performance as a union delivery truck driver turned mob hitman in Martin Scorsese’s 2019 period epic, “The Irishman.” But Robert De Niro is getting no plaudits from …

Despite ever-increasing demand for mental-health services in city public schools, more than a quarter do not have a social worker on staff, the state comptroller’s office has found. Last fall, …

The city is launching a training initiative that will provide opportunities for low-income residents in long-term careers in the construction and industrial sectors.The program, called the New York …

9/11 ‘presumption’ deadline is Sept. 11

Four years ago, about 59,000 people who spent time at ground zero following the September 11 attacks were living with illnesses, disorders and injuries attributable to toxins released by the collapse …

MTA division approves contract

Following prolonged negotiations and, in May, a public denunciation of the MTA’s negotiation process, workers in the MTA’s Career and Salary Division have a new contract. The new deal, which …

In the bloody years when killings peaked in New York City, Detective Louis Scarcella built a reputation for closing cases.A second-generation cop who smoked cigars, ran marathons, worked a side job …

Nurses begin campaign for raises, safe-staffing

The collective-bargaining agreements for about 30,000 nurses across the state are set to expire between Dec. 31 and next March.

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