What went wrong? Our coronavirus rate heading in the wrong direction now

Our coronavirus rate, previously a source of community pride, is heading in the wrong direction now. Infection rates shot up, this week, according to the most recent New York City reports.

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Update: RIOC’s Half-Fast Crackdown on Bike Parking Moves But Not Enough

RIOC’s half-fast crackdown on abandoned bikes strewn around Roosevelt Island stepped up into action following our report. One area was cleared — after just 2 1/2 years — but another eyesore lives on.

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What happened to 2021 PPF grants? Why did RIOC turn out the lights?

2021 PPF grants — Public Purpose Funds allocated by RIOC — disappeared after we exposed a deliriously bad distribution plan. Making matters worse, RIOC’s alleged Communications Department zipped its lip.

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Tenants and Landlords’ Future Hang in Balance Over State Budget. Here’s What That Means

Allison Dikanovic, THE CITY This article was originally published on Mar 31 at 3:32pm EDT by THE CITY After a year of Band-Aids, lawmakers in Albany finally have the big bucks to pass a substantial relief program as part of the state budget. Here’s what you need to know about what’s on the table for

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Roosevelt Islander Paul Feinman, A Judge in New York’s Highest Court, Passed Away

Just a week ago, we reported that Judge Paul Feinman retired from the bench due to health concerns. Yesterday, Chief Justice Janet Di Fiore, said that he had died after an undisclosed illness.

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