Will Commissioner Kelly head to Washington to lead the FBI? Not if Mayor Bloomberg has anything to say about it.
Bloomberg said in his weekly radio appearance on Friday that people who want to donate should call 311 or go to the 311 Web site. The Mayor’s Fund to Advance New York City was collecting the funds.
At the end of Wednesday’s Groundhog Day ceremony, New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg had some choice words for the toothy, weather-prediciting rodent.
Future city police and firefighters could not boost their pensions by working overtime in their last years on the job under cuts proposed by the Bloomberg administration.
Donald Trump is seeking a deal with New York City to reopen the glittery Tavern on the Green restaurant in Central Park.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s controversial plan to charge people to drive into key parts of Manhattan during the week was back on the highway on Wednesday.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg wants City Hall staffers to be mindful of their minutes.
President Barack Obama is formally launching the era of divided government tonight with his State of the Union speech to Congress.
Residents said the yellow medallion cabs that clog the streets in Manhattan rarely pick up fares once in the boroughs, making it frustrating to quickly get from one place to another.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg says New York City’s response to the latest bout of snow is very different than during the blizzard a few weeks ago.
The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm warning, with heavy snow for the New York City area. Long Island could get 15 inches. The warning will be in effect from 7 p.m. Tuesday to 6 p.m. Wednesday.
The city budget director estimates that state aid reduction might reach as much as $2 to $3 billion.
New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg has set aside a bill he was expected to sign that would have imposed steep fines regarding illegal sidewalk ATMs.
In a campaign-style speech in Brooklyn on Wednesday, Mayor Michael Bloomberg said, “when it comes to creating jobs the government hasn’t gotten the job done.”
With NYC’s budget director saying he fears Albany’s money problems could result in another $2B cut to the city, Bloomberg says he’ll let you know what’s about to happen.