Starting today, nail salons, spas, tattoo parlors and other personal care business will be open for business, our sister pub amNY reports.
The moratorium on evictions was extended to August 20, but only for those who can prove their financial hardship is due to the coronavirus, our sister pub Brooklyn Paper reports.
Voters reported misprinted ballots, closed polling sites, and abnormally long lines, our sister pub Brooklyn Paper said.
The city lost 20 percent of its jobs in three months, with low-wage workers hardest hit.
There will be a DJ, surprise guest speaker, procession and "neighborhood diploma" designed by tattoo artist Adam Suerte.
Attorney General Letitia James is holding an online public hearing today for people to testify about police brutality they have experienced during recent protests in New York City.
As countries around the world reopen amid worries about a second wave, a low-cost steroid is shown to decrease COVID-19 deaths.
Brooklyn protesters called for diverting $1 billion of the police budget to social programs as thousands rallied for black transgender lives in front of the Brooklyn Museum.
A coalition of residents believes the plan is out of step with the realities of what the city needs right now, our sister pub Brooklyn Paper reports.
At least 10 protests are scheduled to take place in Brooklyn today, and locals are asking officials to halt the proposed Gowanus rezoning.