Mayor De Blasio Signs Bill Expanding Online Voter RegistrationThere will soon be an easier way for people in New York City to register to vote.
If Bike-Share Expansion Happens It May Not Involve Citi BikeNew York City is looking for ways to expand bike sharing, but the solution might not come from the Citi Bike program.
Vacant Storefronts Impacting Business In Forest Hills, QueensEmpty storefronts line New York streets, and demand for city action to save hundreds of thousands of jobs continues to mount.
Mayor, City Council Reach Deal On Bills Placing Strict Requirements On NYPD Officers During Stops And SearchesMayor Bill de Blasio and the City Council have reached an agreement on the package of bills known as the Right to Know Act.
Mayor Bill de Blasio Cancels Events After Catching FluThis year's flu season is off to a quick start, and it appears Mayor Bill de Blasio has caught it.
Ousted Correction Commissioner Demands $25,000 For Unused Vacation DaysThe former city correction commissioner who lost his job for spending too much time out of town, now wants payment for unused vacation days.
'Proud Moment:' NYPD Adds 18 Names To Memorial WallOn Wednesday, the department honored those of its own killed in the line of duty between 1869 and 1981.
‘The Whole Argument Is Stupid,’ Teens Weigh-In On Columbus Statue DebateMayor Bill de Blasio's commission on art and monuments heard it from New Yorkers at its latest public hearing on whether some controversial statues should stay or go.
Small Business Owners Beg De Blasio To Take A Bite Out Of TaxesMayor Bill de Blasio attended the grand opening of a pizzeria on the Bowery touching off a new debate about what the city should be doing to help small business.
De Blasio: No Plan To Remove NYCHA Leadership Despite Lapse In Lead Paint InspectionsHe said a second round of inspections is underway at affected apartments and should be completed next month.
Columbus Supporters Demand Mayor’s Statue Review Commission Be DisbandedThe Christopher Columbus Preservation Coalition calls the commission's public hearings "a lightning rod for hatred and acrimony" that will "serve no useful purpose."
Chirlane McCray Says She'd Consider Running For Office"I think all women should consider running for office," McCray told Cosmopolitan Magazine. "We need women to run. I encourage women to run. So I can't rule it out myself." 

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