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Nurses have filed 26,219 complaints about understaffing in hospitals across the state in 2019 and 2020, the New York State Nurses Association reported Feb. 24.
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Nassau Unions Bank On Cuomo to Sign Bill Protecting ‘Steps
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Nassau Correction Officer Stuck In Pay Freeze And $70,000
Better Off At Coke? Before going to work for the county, Mr. Apicella was a merchandiser, making deliveries and stocking store displays for Coca Cola. He made $35,000 a year in base salary, but overtime raised that to more than $50,000.
Ailing City’s Golden Rule: Some Never Feel Pinch | News of
The recent publication of "The Man Who Saved New York," reviewed here recently by Richard Steier, dealt with former Gov. Hugh Carey's role in saving the city from fiscal collapse by, in part, imposing higher transit fares, ending free tuition at the City University of New York, cutting services, and laying off 30,000 city workers.
Others Seeks Toll Pass: Albany Gridlock On Free Ride for
YES. Testimony by several diplomats, including a Trump appointee to be Ambassador to the European Union, has indicated that he withheld $391 million in military aid to Ukraine to force its President to announce investigations into Joe Biden and his son, essentially seeking foreign help for his re-election campaign, which is an impeachable offense.
Sanitation Worker, 48, Dies On Job, Behind the Wheel
Mr. Ho said one of Mr. Lermand’s passions was fast food. Mr. Ho would give him Arby’s coupons that allowed him to buy three roast-beef sandwiches for $5. He enjoyed McDonald’s coupons as well and liked eating at Applebee’s, TGI Fridays and the Old Country Buffet in Long Island.
Carrying Water for the Rich | Letters to the Editor
Mitt Romney pays 14-percent tax on his unearned income, and Brother Robinson pays more than twice as high a rate on his earned income. I believe Brother Robinson’s work as a Train Operator is more valuable to my city and country than Mitt Romney’s non-work of clipping coupons totaling up his capital gains.