Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo said that workers will use a new plan to repair the tunnel between Manhattan and Brooklyn. Trains would still run at night and on weekends, but wait times would be longer.
The promising new restaurant Taverna 38 serves Greeks specialties at reasonable prices.
Councilman Ydanis Rodriguez tried to allay community concerns about the new zoning changes for Inwood, saying, “This rezoning is not about pushing tenants out,” but about “millions of dollars in investment.”
Alice Cancel, a Democrat running to replace Assemblyman Sheldon Silver, who was convicted of corruption, on Madison Street on the Lower East Side of Manhattan this week.
Mayor Bill de Blasio, right, and the schools chancellor, Richard A. Carranza, are trying to address segregation in education. Black and Hispanic students make up nearly 70 percent of the city’s public school students, but they received just 10 percent of offers for seats at eight specialized high schools this year.
Karsten Moran for The New York Times
Patricia Gunning’s retaliation complaint against her boss at a New York State agency was routed through several different investigative bodies and has yet to be resolved — a common fate for harassment complaints against state officials.
Jonas Mekas, now 96, lived through another eventful year.
After President Trump announced his nomination of Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court, Senator Kirsten Gillibrand led demonstrators in chants of “Stand against Kavanaugh!” on the courthouse steps in Washington.
Doug Schifter, a New York livery driver, said he killed himself to illuminate how ride hailing services have devastated taxi workers financially.
Michael Avenatti, lawyer for the porn star Stormy Daniels, was accused by lawyers for Michael D. Cohen of “fanning a media storm” with his TV appearances and social media posts.
Commenting on his electoral losses, Mark Green, center, writes in his memoir “that someone couldn’t rise in New York politics unless they got by me first.”
Residents of East 151 Street in the Bronx watched as the police investigated the death of Roberto Rodríguez, who was fatally stabbed on May 7. The blood on the ground at left was from Mr. Rodríguez’s friend Lázaro Martínez, who was also stabbed that night.
“Mademoiselle Bécat at the Café des Ambassadeurs,” by Edgar Degas.
Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo has said he intends to “hold every Republican in this state accountable in November” for that party’s tax changes implemented in Washington. But for voters, the issue seems less critical.
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