Williamsburg Boy Tours Precincts To Thank NYPD’s 35,000 Police OfficersA 7-year-old Williamsburg boy, has been inspired to reach out and thank all 35,000 of the city's police officers, precinct by precinct.
Cuomo, De Blasio Spar Once More Over MTA Capital Plan FundingCuomo is pressing the mayor to provide $3 billion, saying the state will pay $8 billion.
New Law Says NYC Stores Must Keep Doors Closed When AC Is OnThe bill, which Mayor Bill de Blasio signed into law on Wednesday, goes into effect next summer.
Thousands Of Charter Schools Supporters Rally In BrooklynThousands of people in red T-shirts filled Cadman Plaza on Wednesday as the event got under way.
Council Members: NYC Shouldn't Pay More For MTA BudgetTwo New York council members say the city shouldn't pay any more than what's already been allotted to the Metropolitan Transportation Authority.
Cuomo Says De Blasio Should Be More Like Bloomberg When It Comes To MTA FundingGov. Andrew Cuomo is trying to get under Mayor de Blasio's skin yet again.
De Blasio Defends Decision To Rename Building After DinkinsDe Blasio announced Friday the 40-story building at 1 Centre St., just a block from City Hall, would be named in honor of Dinkins, the city's first black mayor.
De Blasio: East River Tolls Worth Exploring, But Plan Unlikely To Clear AlbanyCouncilman Ydanis Rodriguez wrote in a policy report released Monday that charging the tolls would "revolutionize the way our city moves and make our roads that much cleaner, safer and more equitably used."
Tri-State Area Hit With More Rain As Hurricane's Path Takes ShapeThe Tri-State area is dealing with another day of wet and dreary weather Friday but got some comfort as forecasters said the powerful Hurricane Joaquin would likely stay out at sea.
Times Square Task Force To Release Final Report On Painted Ladies, CharactersWhile the panel will not call for banning topless ladies or characters who ask for tips, sometimes aggressively when they pose for photos, it wants to restrict the ladies and characters to certain areas.
NYC Joins Global Terror-Fighting Network, But NYCLU Head Fears Muslims Will Be TargetedThe Strong Cities Network connects government so they can share intelligence and strategies.
NYC Leaders Release Report With Suggestions To Improve Police-Community RelationsAdams said ultimately the report examines how to improve relationships between police and the community and reach common ground.