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Arnie Kantrowiz, Gay Pioneer, Author, Professor, and Lover, Dies at 81
Arnie Kantrowitz, who died at age 81 on January 21, was a leader of the generation of activists in the immediate aftermath of the Stonewall Rebellion who put their lives and livelihoods on the line to advance the cause of gay liberation.
A Grim January Leaves Some New Yorkers Fearful for the City's Future
With a flood of sad news and the persistence of the pandemic, people across the city are struggling to find grounds for hope.
NYPD officer killed and another injured during domestic disturbance call
A New York police department officer was killed and another gravely injured on Friday night after responding to a domestic disturbance call, according to a law enforcement official.
Why Pete Davidson and Colin Jost Just Bought a Staten Island Ferry
The two "Saturday Night Live" cast members were among a group of investors who won an auction of a retired ferryboat, with a bid of $280,100 and a desire to "restore a piece of New York."
Detective Shot in Leg During Drug Search on Staten Island, Police Say
The officer was the second to be shot in New York in 36 hours, offering a challenge to Mayor Eric Adams as he seeks to deliver on the public safety message that was central to his campaign.
Malliotakis to host annual Presidents Day writing contest for elementary school students
STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. -- Rep. Nicole Malliotakis (R-Staten Island/South Brooklyn) is hosting her annual Presidents Day essay contest for students in grades three to five who live in Brooklyn and Staten Island.
'I Was Not Whole': Why a Grandfather Went Back to College
Ciro Scala had to delay school. Fifty years later, he returned, earning two degrees and the respect of younger students.
Owning More Affordable Than Renting In Majority of US
The housing market is still soaring, but a new report outlines a promising indicator for those looking to buy amid record-high home prices.
A timeline is set for a new unionization vote at an Amazon warehouse.
Amazon workers in Alabama will have another shot at voting to form a union this winter, as the National Labor Relations Board scheduled a mail-in election to start Feb. 4.