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‘It’s baffling’: NYC proposes cuts to senior programs despite anticipated boom in population
Gothamist, by Giulia Heyward, March 29, 2023

Report calls for renewed funding for CUNY-wide college success program
NYN Media, by Angelique Molina-Mangaroo, March 28, 2023

New York City’s Job Recovery Is Nearly There, But Future Friction Looms
Brooklyn Daily Eagle, by Greg David and Suhail Bhat, March 27, 2023

A CUNY program credited with boosting grad rates and saving money faces the budget ax
Gothamist, by Arya Sundaram, March 24, 2023

New York City’s Job Recovery Is Nearly There, But Future Friction Looms
The City, by Greg David and Suhail Bhat, March 23, 2023

Crypto companies seek homes for their dollars
Crain's New York Business, by Cara Eisenpress, March 21, 2023

Unique caregiving challenges the Asian community faces and what can help
Care.com, by Michelle Yang, March 20, 2023

The flywheel effect powering the next wave of New York tech leaders
Crain's New York Business, by Cara Eisenpress, March 20, 2023

Kathy Hochul Vows Penn Station Redevelopment Will Happen
The Real Deal, by TRD Staff, March 10, 2023

Cafes, Restaurants Dominate Ranking of NYC Retail Chains
The Real Deal, by Bill Egbert, March 10, 2023

Council Speaker Looks to Link Growing Number of NYCHA Entrepreneurs with Vacant Space, Capital
City Limits, by Tatyana Turner, March 08, 2023

Speaker Adams Outlines Vision to Prioritize ‘People Over Everything’ with Focus on Workers
New York City Council, March 08, 2023

Adrienne Adams wants New York City to get creative with its staffing crisis
City & State, by Annie McDonough and Jeff Coltin, March 08, 2023

Advocates say an aging New York needs more state investment
Times Union, by Raga Justin, March 06, 2023

Tech deals roundup: A new crop of fintech firms prepares for growth
Crain's New York Business, by Cara Eisenpress, March 01, 2023

Neoyorquinos más pobres están dejando de recibir $2,500 millones en asistencia federal
El Diario, by Fernando Martínez, February 28, 2023

Why Are State And Its Neediest Missing Out On Major Federal Assistance?
Harlem World Magazine, February 27, 2023

Op-Ed | CUNY is at an inflection point in this year’s state budget
amNY, by Manfred Philipp, February 27, 2023

NY’s $4.4 Billion Question: Why Are State & Its Neediest Missing Out on Major Federal Assistance?
AARP, by Erik Kriss, February 27, 2023

New liaison, bus service to serve Nassau’s growing senior population
Newsday, by Grant Parpan, February 24, 2023

When it comes to predatory for-profit colleges, no state is more welcoming than New York
Fast Company, by Lilah Burke, February 23, 2023

I On Politics
Western Queens Gazette, by Staff Report, February 22, 2023

More than half of nursing homes are not properly overseen by NYS
FingerLakes1.com, by Staff Report, February 20, 2023

Sound Bites
WSHU, by Eric Warner, February 20, 2023

With New York aging, lawmakers seek more funding for services
Spectrum News 1, by Nick Reisman, February 20, 2023

Rapid growth seen in New York’s population of needy seniors
Lockport Union-Sun & Journal, by Joe Mahoney, February 18, 2023

New York’s elderly population is growing and so is the number who live in poverty, new study finds
Newsday, by Olivia Winslow, February 17, 2023

New York City’s newest centenarian: Lamercie Ogé Petit
New York Amsterdam News, by Karen Juanita Carrillo, February 16, 2023

A plan to diversify New York City’s tech scene expands fast
Crain's New York Business, by Cara Eisenpress, February 15, 2023

Promising Projects Faster and Cheaper, Adams Administration Pursues Capital Construction Reforms
Gotham Gazette, by Samar Khurshid, February 14, 2023

Number of older adults surges in Syracuse more than nearly everywhere in NY, report says
Syracuse.com, by Kevin Tampone, February 14, 2023

Ozone Park seniors gather at ‘much-needed’ social event celebrating post-COVID era
QNS, by Bill Parry, February 14, 2023

Helping CUNY students with housing helps their studies
New York Daily News, by Ann L. Shalof, February 14, 2023

One Solution to the Housing Crisis: Just Make People Rich
The New York Times, by Ginia Bellafante, February 11, 2023

Non-tech firms snap up newly laid-off tech talent
Crain's New York Business, by Cara Eisenpress, February 07, 2023

Two Teens Shot + NYPD Off-Duty DUI + Elders In Poverty
Patch, by Carlie Houser, February 06, 2023

Stop & Shop Continues to Invest in NYC
Patch, February 06, 2023

New Report Finds One-Fifth of BK’s Aging Population Lives in Poverty
BK Reader, by Jessy Edwards, February 06, 2023

Brooklyn Takes Key Role in Growth of NYC Tech Ecosystems
BK Reader, February 06, 2023

The African American exodus from New York City
Gothamist, by Arya Sundaram, February 03, 2023

Turning 100 as the year turns to 2023
The Riverdale Press, by Gary Larkin, February 03, 2023

Why that Sweetgreen salad is in a plastic bowl
Crain’s New York Business, by Cara Eisenpress, February 03, 2023

Letter: Fresh thinking can help 700K New Yorkers finally earn their degrees
Bronx Times, by Rebecca Watts, February 01, 2023

What They Are Saying: New Yorkers (and Tony Hawk) Praise Mayor Adams’ “Working People’s Agenda”
Office of NYC Mayor Eric Adams, January 27, 2023

5 takeaways from Eric Adams’ State of the City
City & State, by Annie McDonough, Sahalie Donaldson, and Jeff Coltin, January 27, 2023

Nueva York con más adultos mayores, muchos de ellos en la pobreza e inmigrantes: estudio
Spectrum Noticias NY1, January 26, 2023

Offering a ‘Working People’s Agenda,’ Mayor Adams Delivers 2023 State of the City
Gotham Gazette, by Samar Khurshid, January 26, 2023

Five lessons to learn from Eric Adams’ State of the City
Yid Info, by YidInfo Staff, January 26, 2023

Back to school: 21% of CUNY’s re-enrolled students from the Bronx
Bronx Times, by Robbie Sequeira, January 26, 2023

The Murals of Williamsburg: Community Activism Threatened by City Budget Cuts
Greenpointers, by Mariana Martínez Barba, January 26, 2023

New Report Shows Brooklyn’s Increase in Older, Impoverished Adults
Brooklyn Daily Eagle, by Brooklyn Eagle Staff, January 25, 2023

Staten Island’s 65+ population balloons over last decade, and 3,000 more live in poverty, study says
Staten Island Advance, by Paul Liotta, January 25, 2023

Former college dropouts enroll in CUNY by the thousands
New York Daily News, by Cayla Bamberger, January 25, 2023

Op-Ed | Bronx educators help youth with disabilities transition from school to career
Bronx Times, by Diosdado Gica and Joseph T. McDonald, January 18, 2023

Rents Up, Availabilities Down In Manhattan Retail As Recovery Strengthens
Bisnow, by Miriam Hall, January 17, 2023

Strengthen Nonprofits Providing Key Services by Reducing Administrative Burdens, Report Says
Gotham Gazette, by Ethan Geringer-Sameth, January 12, 2023

Retail Details
The Broadsheet, by Matthew Fenton, January 12, 2023

Op-Ed | We can level the playing field in college admissions
amNY, by Lisa Cowan, January 12, 2023

Local business leader: NYC should be the ‘best place in America to work from home’
WCBS 880, by Joe Connolly and Neil A. Carousso, January 11, 2023

Perennial threats to library funding stunt our great cities
Financial Times, by Oliver Roeder, January 06, 2023

The Problem With Chain Stores
Our Town Downtown, by Abigail Gruskin, January 05, 2023

Mayor Adams Announces Recommendations That Will Cut Years off Capital Process
Office of NYC Mayor Eric Adams, January 04, 2023

Is New York City facing a ‘doom loop’ scenario? A discussion has started.
Gothamist, by Arun Venugopal, January 02, 2023

The Missed Opportunity Of CDFIs In The Bronx
Next City, by Aysha Khan, December 30, 2022

Chain Retailers Have Diminished NYC Presence Compared to 2019
Connect CRE, by Paul Bubny, December 29, 2022

New York City experienced a slow retail recovery this year, policy analyst says
New York Business Journal, by Julian Nazar, December 27, 2022

NYC Sees Slowing of Chain Store Openings as Pandemic & Online Shopping Cut into Sales
The Jewish Voice, December 23, 2022

City Council passes Queens lawmaker’s bills to improve accessibility, employment opportunities
QNS, by Carlotta Mohamed, December 22, 2022

Predicted chain store massacre never happened: report
The Real Deal, by Holden Walter-Warner, December 22, 2022

Retail chain stores multiplied this year, with fast food leading the way: report
Crain’s New York Business, by Cara Eisenpress, December 21, 2022

NYC has lost 781 chain stores — including Duane Reade — since 2019
New York Post, by Lisa Fickenscher, December 21, 2022

Astoria, LIC Lost Chain Stores In 2022, New Report Finds
Patch, by Nick Garber, December 21, 2022

Forest Hills Still Lags In Chain Store Openings After Pandemic: Data
Patch, by Coral Murphy Marcos, December 21, 2022

NYC’s chain stores still haven’t bounced back
Gothamist, by Michelle Bocanegra and Jake Offenhartz, December 21, 2022

Even Chains Stumble Amid NYC’s Uneven Retail Recovery
Commercial Observer, by Rebecca Baird-Remba, December 21, 2022

Number of chain stores on Staten Island declined in 2022, study says
Staten Island Advance, by Jessica Jones-Gorman, December 21, 2022

An Uneven and Incomplete Recovery for NYC’s Economy in 2022
The City, by Greg David, December 21, 2022

These Community-Oriented Lenders Have Remained a ‘Quiet Secret’
The City, by Jonathan Custodio, December 12, 2022

Manhattan’s Hybrid Work Pain Is Brooklyn Office Owners’ Gain
Bisnow, by Miriam Hall, December 09, 2022

Council Wants to Speed Up Parks Projects (Like Those Much-Delayed Greenways!)
Streetsblog, by Kevin Duggan, December 08, 2022

Mayor Adams Unveils “Get Stuff Built,” Three-Pronged Strategy to Tackle Affordable Housing Crisis
Office of NYC Mayor Eric Adams, December 08, 2022

NYC advocates push plan to slash time and money spent on city projects, call system ‘broken’
Staten Island Advance, by Joseph Ostapiuk, December 07, 2022

Officials break ground on new ‘One Stop’ Welcome Center at York College to help students re-enroll
QNS, by Carlotta Mohamed, December 06, 2022

Council bill would speed up parks projects, kick off push to reform bulky capital process
Crain’s New York Business, by Caroline Spivack, December 06, 2022

City Council Speaker Adams & Chancellor Matos Rodríguez Unveil Plans for ‘One Stop’ Welcome Center
New York City Council, December 05, 2022

NYC’s technology workforce lacks CUNY graduates
The Ticker, by Caryl Anne Francia, December 02, 2022

Taking on racial inequality in New York City: Where to begin?
Gothamist, by Arya Sundaram, November 25, 2022

A ‘missed opportunity’ in using data for New York City social services, report says
City & State, by Annie McDonough, November 22, 2022

NYC Tech Industry Booms but Diversity of Employees and Locations Remains Elusive, Study Finds
The City, by Greg David, November 15, 2022

CUNY tech grads struggle to find jobs, face lower salaries
The Chief Leader, by Crystal Lewis, November 15, 2022

Going up: CUNY is a vehicle for social mobility, but could use some oiling
New York Daily News, by Editorial Board, November 12, 2022

The Rise and Fall of the Drugstore Chains
Slate, by Henry Grabar, November 10, 2022

Brooklyn Nets owner invests in overlooked founders
Crain's New York Business, by Cara Eisenpress, November 07, 2022

An Engine of Upward Mobility Struggles to Capture Opportunities in Tech
The New York Times, by Steve Lohr, November 07, 2022

Community Choirs, Discount Studio Space: How Should NYC Reboot the Arts Sector?
City Limits, by Mariam Hydara and Jeanmarie Evelly, November 01, 2022

Weakness in tech advertising could hit New York where it hurts
Crain's New York Business, by Cara Eisenpress, October 28, 2022

NYC will convert 100 fuel-burning public schools to all-electric energy by 2030
Chalkbeat New York, by Michael Elsen-Rooney, October 28, 2022

Black Tech Entrepreneurs Find a Home in NYC — and Challenges to Their Success
The City, by Greg David, October 18, 2022

Can $50 Million Make a Dull Brooklyn Office Park Cool?
The New York Times, by Winnie Hu, October 17, 2022

In drawn-out recovery, NYC inches out from COVID’s shadow
ABC News, by Deepti Hajela, October 13, 2022

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