Aggregated, NYC Metro

Win This Lotto And You Might Have An Affordable Place To Live – Weekend Digest

0 Comments 30 January 2015

The concerning odds of winning affordable housing, Controversial news in Comm. Bratton's State of the NYPD speech, And more Weekend stories.

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NYC Metro

5 Charts Show The Tragedy of Broken Windows Policing

0 Comments 29 January 2015

The NYPD's focus on misdemeanor crimes has never been visualized like this.

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Aggregated, NYC Metro

A Secret of Chirlane McCray’s Past Becomes Her New Spotlight – Morning Brief

0 Comments 29 January 2015

The First Lady of NYC starts a new push inspired by her family history, The City needs blood donors after Juno, And more Morning stories.

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Mayor Bill de Blasio and Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito launch the IDNYC municipal identification program for residents of all five New York City boroughs. Queens Public Library. Monday, January 12, 2015.

Editorials, NYC Metro

The Mayor’s Hollow Support For Immigrants

0 Comments 28 January 2015

Considering the chronic issues he's permitting, Mayor de Blasio's support of Municipal IDs is minor relief for the City's immigrant populations.

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Aggregated, Food Politics - Stories about Food, Poverty, and Justice in NYC, NYC Metro

Hostos Saw That The Bronx Was In A Food Crisis. And They Responded – Morning Brief

0 Comments 28 January 2015

Hostos new food policy program preps Bronxites for the emerging market, Was shutting down the right move, And more Morning stories.

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An M4 Bus drives past the X9 Bus Stop at 5th Avenue and West 41st Street. The MTA's bus fleet navigated the streets of Manhattan in the early stages of Storm Juno on January 26, 2015.

Editorials, NYC Metro

Here’s How To Make NYC’s MTA Buses Free

0 Comments 27 January 2015

It would take much less than you think to make the City's buses free for all residents.

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Digital screens show canceled subway service as per Governor Cuomo's travel ban due to Winter Storm Juno on January 27, 2015.

Aggregated, NYC Metro

Resuming Life – Morning Brief

0 Comments 27 January 2015

Apologies and disappointment follow barely 10 inches of snow, Russian spies get busted in The Bronx, And more Morning stories.

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NYC Metro

Was The Slowdown Really About Hitting The City’s Purse?

0 Comments 26 January 2015

Less fiscally effective than ever before, this latest NYPD work slowdown could only be personal.

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Bradley Ballard, in a photo provided by New York City's DOC.

Aggregated, NY's Incarcerated, NYC Metro

City Health Contractor “Directly Implicated” In Inmate’s Death: Report – Weekend Watch

0 Comments 26 January 2015

State oversight panel calls for a probe of this alarming Riker's Island death, What's closed before the epic storm, And more Weekend stories you missed.

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Most Black Middle Class kids are downwardly mobile

Black in NYC, NYC Metro

3 Charts Showing The State of Black Opportunity In NYC

0 Comments 21 January 2015

Will "middle-class economics" fix these racial disparities in social mobility and wealth?

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