After last week’s scary surge in the wrong direction, Roosevelt Island coronavirus rates are back to normal, this week. As New York City rates dived
“You can’t stop spring on Roosevelt Island. Pandemics, stupid politics, sorrow — none block the awakening. Pictures prove our point.” That’s what we wrote, last year, and it’s a clue for 2021. So, what’s ahead?
Josefa Velasquez, THE CITY This article was originally publishedon Mar 18 at 5:47pm EDTby THE CITY FBI investigators probing the Cuomo administration’s handling of nursing homes during the pandemic last spring are seeking information about a state budget provision that gave operators legal immunity, THE CITY has learned. In recent weeks, FBI officials have been
Alex Zimmerman, Chalkbeat New York Mar 8, 11:35am EST The overwhelming majority of high school students will continue learning remotely full-time. New York City high school students will begin returning to their campuses on March 22, and athletes will rejoin their teams in April for a sports season that has been extended through the summer,
Rachel Holliday Smith, THE CITY This article was originally publishedon Mar 7 at 8:00pm ESTby THE CITY The reality of the coronavirus crisis sank in at very different moments for many across the city. Here are six New Yorkers’ recollections of when the pandemic began for them. It’s the disaster without a date. You could