NYC Begins Hyperlocal Neighborhood Coronavirus Testing Program

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New York City will begin hyperlocal coronavirus testing in neighborhoods where there are low testing rates and a high percentage of cases.

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NYC School Schedules For In-Person Learning Won’t Be Set Until August. But Here Are The Options.

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The number of days students will report for in-person instruction will depend on their enrollment and building capacity.

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Postmarking Problems Could Invalidate 1,000s Of NYC Ballots: Pols

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Thousands of absentee ballots from the June 23 primary won’t be counted because were not postmarked by an overwhelmed postal service.

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Housing Crisis Looms As 1 In 4 NYC Tenants Can’t Pay Rent: Report

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The new report from Bloomberg Businessweek claims a quarter of tenants have not paid rent since March.

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Morningside Heights Catholic School To Close, Church Says

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West 121st Street’s Corpus Christi School is one of 20 schools being closed by the Archdiocese of New York.

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Local Artists Finish Harlem Black Lives Matter Mural

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Eight local artists and volunteers from Harlem community groups helped paint the mural on Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Boulevard.

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Developing Tropical Storm Threatens To Drench NYC This Weekend

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An area of low pressure currently off the North Carolina coast has potential to become a tropical storm, forecasters warn.

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Harlem: 5 Local Open Houses Coming Up

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Peek inside a few of the homes currently on the market near you.

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Mayor’s Power Over NYPD Should Be Reduced, AG Protest Probe Says

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Attorney General Letitia James’ investigation of NYPD’s behavior during protests found they need an “entirely new accountability structure.”

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