New York State Capitol building.
The proposed budgets include provisions such as covering costs for personal protective costs for certain organizations.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announced his proposal to require contractors to hire low-income workers in August.
State lawmakers have yet to take up legislation that would allow the city to enact such requirements.
Sister Paulette LoMonaco, former executive director of Good Shepherd Services.
A Q&A with the former executive director of Good Shepherd Services.
A vaccination site sign outside Yankee Stadium.
The federal government will provide doses directly to health centers across the state.
The New Amsterdam Theatre.
New York City’s preliminary budget would cut funds for an initiative focused on improving diversity in the city's cultural programs.
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Expanded federal relief loans and billions in state aid are included in the package.
Hand holding dose of COVID-19 vaccine.
Public-facing nonprofit workers helping New Yorkers in need will be able doses starting March 17. to
Volunteers of America-Greater New York staff member receives her first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine on-site.
Educational forums, on-site vaccinations and marketing materials are all aimed at making sure clients and staff get their doses.
Elementary school students participate in an after-school program at High Line Park.
The proposed executive budget lays out about $7.2 million in cuts to two after-school initiatives.
Hand picks up an orange.
Black and Hispanic New Yorkers are also hit hardest by the hunger crisis.