After a year of record price declines, lease signings are up and landlords are pulling back on rent concessions.
Justin Wallace, who would have turned 11 on Tuesday, was shot as he walked out of his aunt’s home on Saturday.
A 29-year-old man was also injured by gunfire at a house in the Edgemere neighborhood of the Rockaways, the police said.
Kyle Gorman spends much of the day touring parts of the city that are participating in the popular outdoor program.
An army of “food rescuers” in New York try to make the best of an inherently wasteful grocery system.
Despite ongoing labor tensions, members of the company’s orchestra and chorus will perform with soloists and Yannick Nézet-Séguin.
The officers, one of them retired, funneled work to a tow truck company for kickbacks and sold car crash victims’ personal information, prosecutors say.
The party struggles to hold on in an increasingly diverse borough, even as it fights its own internal battles.
The New York State lawmaker has made a name by leading food causes, speaking up for street vendors, farm workers and the many restaurants in her Queens district.
He was appointed an assistant district attorney in Queens in 1985 and later became counsel to a cosmetics company. He died of complications of Covid-19.
The mother of the infants, a boy and a girl, was in custody but had not yet been charged in the deaths, officials said.
Paul McCartney and the newspaper both make special appearances in Dominic Fike’s cover of “The Kiss of Venus.”
At MoMA PS1 and Salon 94, the French-American artist gets long overdue attention for her boundary-defying architecture and public sculptures.
Luis Sierra, 63, of Ozone Park, was arrested this week in the killing of Evelyn Colon, a Jersey City 15-year-old whose dismembered remains were found along a riverbank in Pennsylvania, the authorities said.
One survivor who got her vaccine, Eva Rose, 96, said the last year has been “lousy,” but added: “I am still here, thank God.”
Tom Konchalski, who died last month, influenced college basketball recruiting for more than four decades.
An analysis of court data shows that the areas hit hardest by the virus, largely Black and Latino neighborhoods, have the most eviction cases.
A judge threw out the convictions of three men who spent decades in prison. Defense lawyers accused the Queens district attorney’s office of withholding crucial evidence.
The pandemic has led to deep discounts in New York’s rental market, but the city is still unaffordable for many of the city’s most vital workers
As a columnist for The Daily News, he wrote passionately about the issues facing immigrants and lobbied for the U.S. to lift its trade embargo of his native Cuba.
“Downtown 2021” pays homage to artists from more than two dozen galleries; Carmen Herrera’s Paris period reveals zigzag lines and textures.
In her first year as district attorney, Melinda Katz has led major culture shifts in the borough. But some hope for more.
Brendan Hunt, a fervent supporter of President Trump, is also accused of urging the killing of members of Congress before Inauguration Day.
A series of headlines have brought attention to the Queens Daily Eagle, a small outlet in the borough where the president was born.
Manhattan’s median rent ended 2020 down by 17.3 percent, but the sales market showed signs of life in the other boroughs.
A car left in a parking garage at the Queens Place Mall contained a dog and what looked like a makeshift bomb, the police said.
At least one person was hospitalized with Covid-19 after a Republican club’s party at a Queens restaurant.
Joseph R. Biden Jr. won President Trump’s hometown handily. But a deeper look at election data suggests a surge in support for the president in some districts.
Hospitals around the country scrambled to administer the first shots after waiting months for the coronavirus vaccine.
Sandra Lindsay, a nurse at a Queens hospital, was the first person in the United States to be vaccinated. She wanted to “inspire people who look like me.”
The owner of the house in Queens wants supporters to purchase the home as a parting gift to the president.
The city’s mom-and-pop establishments need help now.
The latest legal front against the outbound president involves a maneuver that earned him and his siblings millions while lowering their taxes.
Miles enfermaron. Cientos murieron. Así fue que el virus arrasó con un vibrante rincón de Nueva York.
Thousands sick. Hundreds dead. How the virus ravaged a vibrant corner of New York.
“You have a different court, and I think that was the statement the court was making,” the governor said after a 5-4 decision barring restrictions on religious services.
The expansion of the National Tennis Center in Queens was among the signature achievements of the former mayor, who still played into his late 80s.
The officers were responding to a domestic violence call when the man opened fire, wounding both of them, the police said. Neither injury was life threatening.
New York City nail salons reopened in July, but few customers come in. “No matter how hard I work, I make no money,” one owner said.
As the coronavirus surges again, houses of worship in New York struggle to serve their communities safely.
Over a third of young people in foster care in New York City identify as L.G.B.T.Q. and are struggling to find the support they need, according to a new survey.
While the presidential race in the state was called on election night, more heavily contested races may take a while longer.
The men used fake paperwork to steal more than 4,000 Prada, Gucci and Chanel items from a cargo area at the airport, prosecutors say.
Patients with serious cases are spending less time in the hospital on average and are less likely to be put on ventilators. Fewer are dying.
The body of Vanessa Pierre, 29, was found on the side of a Queens highway. Her boyfriend has been charged with murder.
Schools and nonessential business can reopen in some zones that were deemed virus hot spots, but restrictions remain or tighten elsewhere.
A farewell to the late Pulitzer Prize-winning Times journalist.
A surge in worldwide demand for low-cost laptops has created shipment delays and pitted desperate schools against one another.
In one school district in Queens, the parents of seven out of 10 students stuck with remote learning, fearing the virus risks of in-person classes.
In a heavily Asian-American district of Queens, two-thirds of families have chosen not to send their children back to school.