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Kicking and Screaming: Football Club Moving Across the Street From Mets

This article was originally published by The CITY on Nov. 15, 2022 By Katie Honan and Haidee Chu City officials will announce a new soccer stadium — paired with affordable housing — in Queens on Wednesday, multiple people familiar with the matter told THE CITY. The Willets Point stadium will be home to New York… Read more »

Voters Approve $4.2B in Climate Spending and 3 Equity Measures in NYC

This article was originally published by The CITY on Nov. 10, 2022 By Rachel Holliday Smith New York City voters approved four ballot measures this year, approving new funding for statewide environmental projects and three local proposals aimed at boosting racial equity in the five boroughs. By a wide margin, voters in the city and… Read more »

Two Queens Seats Likely to Flip From Democrat to Republican

Nov. 9, 2022 By Christian Murray Tuesday’s election contained no surprises for Democrats in western and central Queens, but Democrats in eastern Queens saw an assembly seat and a congressional seat flip to the Republicans. There were no upsets on a statewide basis. The governorship did not change, with Democrat Kathleen Hochul generating 52 percent… Read more »

The 4 Ballot Questions Up for a Vote in New York in November

This article was originally published by The CITY on Oct. 31, 2022 By Rachel Holliday Smith There will be more than just candidates on your ballot in November. New York City voters also will have four proposals to decide on: a statewide proposal that would boost spending in Albany on future environment-related projects plus three… Read more »

The Sidewalks are Crowded — With Hazards on Wheels, Pedestrians Say

This article was originally published by The CITY on Oct. 25, 2022 By Jose Martinez, Tanaz Meghjani and Claudia Irizarry Aponte When Manny Ramirez hops on his e-bike to deliver food between Northern Manhattan and the Upper West Side, he said he tries to stick to the rules of the road — and to the… Read more »

Mathematics Teacher at Bayside High School Wins $20K Award

Oct. 12, 2022 By Christian Murray A mathematics teacher at Bayside High School has been awarded $20,000 for his contribution to the teaching profession. Bobson Wong is one of two teachers across the city to win a $20,000 Math for America (MƒA) prize. The award is given to teachers in the math or science fields… Read more »