If someone is out of work thanks to the coronavirus crisis and can’t pay the rent or mortgage, what can they do? The situation is changing rapidly so what works today may not apply tomorrow.
Despite a ban on gatherings of nearly any size and calls for social distancing, Hasidic schools continued to operate in late March and weddings proceeded as usual.
An affordable housing lottery has opened for 199 units in a nine-story building at 911 Erskine Street in East New York. The building under construction is one of eight planned as part of the redevelopment of the former state-run Brooklyn Developmental Center site.
As a $2 trillion aid package races through Congress, two groups representing owners of apartment buildings praised the effort but said more help is urgently needed to stabilize housing and the economy thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic.
We’re in the third week of sheltering in place and the eighth day of distance learning for New York City schools.
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