Andrew Cuomo keeps sowing new COVID confusion

[ad_1] COVID confusion reigns in New York, as Gov. Andrew Cuomo changes the rules on travel while breaking his promise to revisit city indoor-dining capacity by Nov. 1. The 14-day… Read more

Study estimates 1.7 million New Yorkers have had COVID-19

[ad_1] An estimated 1.7 million New Yorkers have had COVID-19 — six times the official count, a study released Tuesday suggests. Researchers from the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai… Read more

NYC Catholic schools seeing new interest from public school families

[ad_1] City Catholic schools are seeing a surge of interest from disaffected public school families, parochial officials told the Post. Frustrated by the lack of full-time classes and general public… Read more

Maskless travelers walk scot-free on first day of Port Authority fines

[ad_1] Dozens of mask-less commuters were spotted breezing by Port Authority cops on the first day of the agency’s $50 fine for mask non-compliance Monday. Between 1 p.m. and 3… Read more

MTA motorman faces suspension for posting subway homeless photos

[ad_1] An MTA motorman faces a 30-day suspension for drawing attention to the growing subway homeless problem on social media, he told The Post on Monday. Yann Hicks, 55, began… Read more

Two Staten Island schools close due to COVID-19 infections

[ad_1] A pair of Staten Island schools have been temporarily closed due to COVID-19 infections. Susan Wagner High School and P.S. 48 were both ordered shut after two or more… Read more

Fordham basketball halts workouts after positive COVID-19 test

[ad_1] Due to a positive COVID-19 test, Fordham’s men’s basketball team began a 14-day pause of all workouts on Friday, a source confirmed, that is in line with NCAA guidelines.… Read more

de Blasio’s Midtown flipoff doesn’t mean it’s not vital to NYC’s economy

[ad_1] We’ve gotten used to strange, but Midtown this weekend was full of strange sights. Saks was putting up Christmas decorations and boarding up windows for potential election rioting at… Read more

New York is about to kill a whole lot of landlords

[ad_1] Gov. Andrew Cuomo and President Trump made sure to protect tenants by banning evictions during the pandemic, but public officials have done almost nothing for property owners. That’s inviting… Read more

Ex-Marine runs for NYC mayor vowing budget discipline

[ad_1] A former special ops Marine is throwing his helmet into the ring for New York City mayor — saying he would bring the same discipline and resourcefulness to the… Read more