FDNY, NYPD Hold Solemn Tribute For Battalion Chief Michael FahyThe 17-year veteran was described as a “rising star” in the department and a dedicated family man who was married with three young children.
Nigro: Fallen FDNY Battalion Chief Michael Fahy A 'Rising Star'Michael Fahy, a 17-year veteran, was a father of three children and was the son of a fire chief.
De Blasio: $65 CUNY Application Fee To Be Waived For Students In NeedUnder the new rule, eligible students will be able to waive fees for up to six CUNY applications.
City Halfway To Fundraising Goal For Universal Computer Science ClassesHot on the heels of full day pre-k for all comes CS4All -- computer science classes and coding taught in all high schools.
De Blasio Meets With Chelsea Residents After Area ReopensWith the arrest of suspect Ahmad Khan Rahami, West 23rd Street between Sixth and Seventh was opened Monday, but a fitness center, an art gallery and a design studio still have damage.
Suspect In Chelsea, Seaside Park Explosions Ordered Held; Investigators Say 'No Indication' Of Broader CellAhmad Khan Rahami's arrest came just hours after the FBI, NYPD and New Jersey State Police issued bulletins and photos of him.
De Blasio: NYC, NJ Bombing Suspect Should Be Considered 'Armed And Dangerous'This was the first time the city has used the Office of Emergency Management's city-wide alert system to send information about the suspect directly to residents' smartphones.
PHOTOS: De Blasio, Cuomo Visit Chelsea Explosion SiteNew York City Mayor Bill de Blasio and New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo tour the site of the bomb blast on 23rd St. in Manhattan's Chelsea neighborhood on September 18, 2016 in New York City.
De Blasio: West 23rd Street Blast 'An Intentional Act' As Police Investigate Possible Secondary DeviceThe Fire Department says the blast was reported shortly before 9 p.m. Saturday on West 23rd Street.
NYC's 1.1 Million Public School Kids Return To ClassMayor Bill de Blasio and Schools Chancellor Carmen Farina are visiting schools in all five boroughs on Thursday.
Irish, Puerto Rican Communities Outraged Following De Blasio's Comparison To J'Ouvert ViolenceMayor Bill de Blasio is facing a new controversy as members of the Irish and Puerto Ricans are livid after he equated the violence at J'Ouvert with behavior at the St. Patrick's and Puerto Rican parades.
More Than 1 Million NYC Public School Students Head Back To School ThursdayThis year, the Department of Education says it has expanded efforts to increase economic diversity in the classroom.

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