Amanda Glodowski

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Stats and the City: Gas prices peak as the city buckles up for a pricey summer

Gasoline prices in the city have continued to climb after the Memorial Day weekend, topping $5 per gallon for the second consecutive week....

Stats and the City: How the state stacks up on gun deaths, background checks

In the wake of the mass shootings in Buffalo, New York and Uvalde, Texas, gun control debates are raging again. Although detailed firearm...

Minority-owned businesses see signs of pandemic recovery

This year's largest minority-owned businesses list reflects 2021 revenue, capturing the first year of recovery as businesses started to recoup pandemic-related losses. Topping the...

Closing the health equity gap in a post-pandemic era

Health leaders across industries gathered on Thursday morning to discuss health equity in the city and how to best tackle upcoming challenges. The...

Doctors Without Borders tops rankings for the city's largest health care nonprofits

Doctors without Borders USA snagged the top slot for the largest health care nonprofit in the city, based on total operating expenses in fiscal...

More than $15 million in housing tax credits announced

The New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development announced $15.5 million in housing credits across 10 developments on Wednesday. The award will...

NYPD sued over response to mental health crises

A coalition of New Yorkers with mental disabilities has sued the New York Police Department claiming that its continued use of police officers...

De Blasio releases climate resilience plan for Lower Manhattan

During his last days in office, Mayor Bill de Blasio has released a climate resilience plan for Lower Manhattan. The blueprint, intended to...

Introducing the 2022 Book of Lists

At Crain’s, we view data as a powerful tool for escaping minutia and contextualizing information in a city characterized by its size and speed....

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