The unique communities that make a metropolis of 8.5 million feel like a collection of villages.
The runners who braved daunting challenges and the New Yorkers who went the distance to support them.
Every year about 700 young people age out of the New York City foster care system. Many of them struggle with the transition to independence.
Cold, windy weather didn’t deter participants in Williamsburg's Three Kings Day march.
Wyckoff Heights Medical Center may be the first in New York to use Grindr, Jack’d and Scruff for preventive efforts.
Centers like Bay Ridge Connects aim to teach practical legal, financial, and technology skills.
A charter-school incubator is providing space as the American Dream School awaits its new building.
The stories of five men convicted in decades-ago violent crimes who now seek release.
The BordeAndo collective, a group of Latina women, stitches new connections.
Women being moved out in Bed-Stuy to make way for homeless men.
The fact-finding session on access for transgender, gender non-conforming and non-binary New Yorkers heard complaints from students and faculty.