New York Business
NEW YORK CITY, N.Y. /New York Netwire/ -- Imagine performing at the world-renowned Carnegie Hall in New York. That has long been the dream of members of the Top 40-selling Texas State Men & Boys Choir, who are currently celebrating their third anniversary. That anniversary will be marked by: the release of the choir's fourth record, a four-city tour, and a magical Carnegie Hall performance.
Travel Advice for Senior Travelers: Top 5 Considerations for Retirees Purchasing Travel Insurance in 2018
NEW YORK, N.Y. /New York Netwire/ -- TravelInsurance.com today outlined five key points retirees should consider in regard to travel insurance before they hit the road in the coming year. 'While travel can be complicated at any age, retirees are faced with additional considerations, especially when it comes to medical coverage,' said Stan Sandberg, co-founder.
Winter Storm in NY Doesn’t Slow Pace as Thousands Brave the Worst and Find Their Best at Third Prelim of 44th Annual Colgate Women’s...
BROOKLYN, N.Y. /New York Netwire/ -- Pratt Institute: Thousands of young track stars braved the East Coast's historic snowstorm to compete at the third preliminary meet of nation's largest amateur track series for women, the 44th annual Colgate Women's Games. From Boston to Georgia, girls of all abilities from elementary school through college and beyond continued to improve, with many leaders achieving nationally ranked scores.
NEW YORK POLITICS
ALBANY, N.Y. /New York Netwire/ -- NY Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced $1 million has been awarded to 12 Farm-to-School projects across New York State. The Farm-to-School program helps Kindergarten through Grade 12 schools connect with local farmers, increase the use of locally grown food on school menus, improve student health, and educate young people about agriculture.
NYC Mayor de Blasio Announces Implementation Of New Law To Combat Speculators And Tenant Displacement
NEW YORK, N.Y. /New York Netwire/ -- NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio this week announced that the Predatory Equity bill, which will help curb speculation and displacement in fast-changing neighborhoods, has become law. Under Intro 1210-A, sponsored by Council Member Ritchie Torres and former Council Member Dan Garodnick, the City’s Department of Housing Preservation and Development will publish a “Speculation Watch List” that identifies recently sold, rent-regulated buildings where tenants are at risk of displacement due to potentially predatory investors.