Air Travel Sucks, or Why I Love New York

The wait for our luggage lasted for about 90 minutes. A JetBlue employee eventually told angry customers that someone on the loading dock had “missed a cue.” He was booed. By the time our bags arrived, someone had crawled through the entrance flaps to see what was going on, another person had slammed open an […]

A new school year unfolds in New York, colored by the virus

With the return to school, Cuomo said each of the state’s more than 700 school districts will be required to contribute to a new “COVID-19 Report Card,” an online dashboard the public can check to see whether students or staff at their school have tested positive.

Former New York Giants Defensive End Chris Canty Lists Luxury NJ Mansion for $4M

In 2005, Canty, 37, was drafted in the fourth round (132nd overall pick) by the Dallas Cowboys. He played with the team until 2008. During his time with the Giants, he became a Super Bowl Champion in 2011, defeating the New England Patriots. His playing days came to an end with the Baltimore Ravens in […]

Fitness studio owners sue New York City for barring them from reopening with other gyms

“Other cities have shown us how quickly Covid-19 can return, and we’re determined to heed those warnings,” the mayor’s Deputy Press Secretary Mitch Schwartz told CNN Business Wednesday. “For now, that means avoiding high-risk activities that involve concentrations of people, breathing heavily, in small spaces.”

Nothing Says ‘I Love New York’ Like a $30M Duplex Condo With Central Park Views

Built in 1998, the white-glove tower comes with door attendants, concierge service, valet parking, and allows pets. Other perks include a state-of-the-art fitness center, temperature-controlled wine cellar storage, and 24-hour security. The monthly maintenance cost is $10,986.

Report: Immigration to New York City Drops 45 Percent in Last Four Years

“Throughout New York’s history, certainly in the last 120 years, immigrants have shown they have much more faith in the resilience of the city than native-born people have,” he said. But, “middle-class immigrants are looking at options more than they used to because of the heavy cost of living, mostly due to rent.” [Emphasis added]

New York Weather: CBS2’s 9/13 Sunday Morning Forecast

Expect more clouds overall compared to yesterday, along with a little bit more humidity. We are expecting a slim chance for spotty showers, maybe even a rumble, but by no means will it be a washout. Temps will be right around seasonable levels in the mid/upper 70s.

New York schools will be issued a daily coronavirus report card outlining cases and testing as students return, Gov. Cuomo says

‘What we’ve agreed to is to make sure that the health measures are in place, to make sure there is time for the appropriate preparation for our educators, to make sure that we can have the smoothest beginning of the school year even under extraordinarily challenging conditions,’ New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said. 

New York state may move colleges with COVID-19 spikes to remote learning: Cuomo

Cuomo criticized the administration of New York University for not preventing a large gathering of students in nearby Washington Square Park in New York City on Saturday night, and listed several other colleges in the state that have had spikes in COVID-19 cases.

No More Snow Days: New York School Districts Can Replace Them With Virtual Learning

“The Department is establishing a one-year pilot to enable school districts, at district option, and consistent with each district’s re-opening educational plan, to pivot to remote instruction to provide continuity of instruction on what would otherwise be a day of school closure due to a snow emergency,” said Director of Education Finance Brian S. Cechnicki […]