A veteran firefighter April 7 replied to my phone message with an email declining to discuss in depth the situation at a job in which more than 300 colleagues had already tested positive for the coronavirus.

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The coronavirus continues to take a grim toll on the city and state even while spreading at an alarming rate through parts of the nation that previously hadn't been much affected. Some of thos…

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The Police Benevolent Association has begun paying visits to the medical staff at hospitals around the five boroughs, bringing food and refreshments as a way of saying thanks.

As New York State completed its first week of shelter-in-place regulations limiting the movements of most residents, there were signs of headway being made in dealing with the coronavirus. 

Garrett Goble, a 36-year-old subway Operator, died March 27 of injuries he suffered while leading riders to safety on the 110th Street platform after a fire on his No. 2 train.

It’s important to keep in mind, in the wake of Governor Cuomo’s March 20 decision to impose a form of shelter-in-place statewide that would take full effect two nights later that this was not …