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New York records FIVE cases of COVID Omicron variant, raising US total to eight, as Governor Kathy Hochul says there's 'no cause for alarm' and Bill de Blasio warns that more will follow

Five cases of the COVID-19 Omicron variant have been confirmed in New York state, officials said on Thursday. 'New York State has confirmed five cases of the Omicron variant,' Governor Kathy Hochul said in a statement. 'Let me be clear: This is not cause for alarm. We knew this variant was coming and we have the tools to stop the spread.'
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Bill De Blasio touts education record at NYC churches

Mayor Bill de Blasio on Sunday sought to burnish his legacy as he takes steps toward a run for governor, promoting his education record and statewide year-round schooling proposal. During campaign-style speeches at churches in Harlem, the lame-duck mayor touted his newly announced proposal to give New York State students...

Music Industry Moves: Shavone Charles to Lead Diversity and Inclusion Communications at TikTok

Shavone Charles (pictured) has joined TikTok in the newly created role of head of diversity and inclusion communications. Based in Los Angeles, Charles will lead all diversity and inclusion communications initiatives globally and will oversee multicultural campaigns for TikTok. Prior to joining the tech platform, Charles held key positions at Twitter and Instagram in the music and culture communications divisions. She was the first Black woman to join both teams at Instagram and Twitter and dedicated her time at the companies to helping people of color, including launching Twitter’s first-ever employee resource group for Black staffers employees. Charles has advocated for a...

Rittenhouse Acquittal: Kathy Hochul, Bill de Blasio, Eric Adams Condemn Verdict, ‘This Is Not Justice’

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – Prominent New York elected officials are among those coming down against the verdict in the Kyle Rittenhouse trial. Rittenhouse was was acquitted of all charges Friday, after his trial for shooting three people, killing two of them in Kenosha, Wisconsin last year. Kyle Rittenhouse used an assault weapon to kill two people. This is not justice. If there was any question about why we need strong gun safety laws, this is your answer. This should never have been allowed to happen in the first place. We have a lot of work to do. — Kathy Hochul (@GovKathyHochul) November 19,...
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Mayor Bill de Blasio presents Clive Davis with a key to New York City

Forget the key to the highway: Music man Clive Davis now has one to New York. On Tuesday, Mayor Bill de Blasio celebrated “the Brooklyn poet” during his daily briefing at Brooklyn Borough Hall by presenting him with a key to New York City. “He’s a son of Brooklyn, so...
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NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio: Get kid vaccinated against COVID-19, get $100

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio says he found a way to get families with kids ages 5 to 11 into the COVID-19 vaccine clinic: Pay ‘em. Mr. de Blasio said parents who bring in their kids will get a $100 incentive payment as he tries to get as many children immunized as possible before Christmas.
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New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio To Offer $100 Incentive for Kids Ages 5-11 To Get Vaccinated

Mayor Bill de Blasio said Thursday that children aged 5 to 11 may get a $100 voucher to be vaccinated against COVID-19 in New York City. In a recently published article in The City, to be vaccinated, the children will need their parent or guardian's permission, and de Blasio warned that the jab might be painful. De Blasio stated in his daily briefing from City Hall that after it's finished, they'll get $100 in sweet money.
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Here’s the slew of crises Bill de Blasio is leaving behind for Eric Adams

Come Jan. 1, Mayor-elect Eric Adams will be handed the keys to City Hall — and a heap of problems left behind by Mayor Bill de Blasio, including a crime surge, union resistance over the COVID-19 mandate and $5 billion budget deficit, to name a few. “Eric acknowledged in his...
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Bill de Blasio leaving slew of NYC crises for Eric Adams

Come Jan. 1, Mayor-elect Eric Adams will be handed the keys to City Hall — and a heap of problems left behind by Mayor Bill de Blasio, including a crime surge, union resistance over the COVID-19 mandate and $5 billion budget deficit, to name a few. “Eric acknowledged in his...
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Bill de Blasio running for New York governor is downright hilarious

De Blasio for governor? Cue the laughter. Post sources confirm that Mayor Bill de Blasio has his eye on a campaign for the state’s top job, while Politico New York reports that he’s finalized forms for a statewide candidacy with the state Board of Elections as his mayoralty hits its final weeks.