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WiFi Sign of the Times as New Yorkers Gather Outside Libraries for Free Internet

WiFi Sign of the Times as New Yorkers Gather Outside Libraries for Free Internet

Filed under:One New Yorker uses the free WiFi in front of libraries to research music. Another watches movies on Netflix as she charges her computer, while a man videochats with a friend on his laptop.Across the city, people without internet service at home or with limited service on their phones huddle in front of or near some of the city’s 207 branches for access at all hours.Government officials have long struggled to offer WiFi to an estimated who can’t afford private plans for a mobile hookup or home broadband. In February, the de Blasio administration announced an “” to expand...

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Sep 16
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These Restaurants Applied to Open During the Pandemic. Now They’re Hoping Indoor Dining’s Return Will Finally Boost Business

These Restaurants Applied to Open During the Pandemic. Now They’re Hoping Indoor Dining’s Return Will Finally Boost Business

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Sep 10
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Budget Cuts Make Rangers an Endangered Species in City Parks

Budget Cuts Make Rangers an Endangered Species in City Parks

Filed under:As calls to “defund the police” hit a fever pitch last month, the city’s Urban Park Rangers — unarmed peace officers who focus on education — suffered a far greater workforce cut than the NYPD.The de Blasio administration decided against bringing back 50 of the city’s 95 park rangers after their year-long stints ended on June 30.The belt-tightening move is expected to save an estimated $10 million in the city’s $88.2 billion spending plan for the fiscal year that began July 1, according to budget officials.“You couldn’t even call it a rounding error,” said former Parks...

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Jul 8
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