NYC Leaders Weigh In On Black Lives Matter DebateA sharp debate on police-race relations is consuming both present and former New York City leaders.
NYC First Lady Chirlane McCray Launches Gracie Mansion Book ClubThe Gracie Book Club will be a collaborative effort with local authors to select six books over the course of the year and moderate discussions about them.
New York City Launches $2 Million Mental Health Ad CampaignNew York City has launched a $2 million advertising campaign meant to get people thinking and talking about mental health problems.
McCray Announces Plan For Communities To Step Up For Mentally IllNew York City First Lady Chirlane McCray on Friday announced a new program to provide mental health care for thousands of New Yorkers.
Parents Ask Mayor De Blasio To Fire NYPD Officer In Ramarley Graham's DeathRamarley Graham was 18 when he was shot once in the bathroom of his Bronx home by an officer who had barged inside during a drug investigation.
Son Of Former Aide To NYC First Lady Pleads Not Guilty In Deadly Edgewater StabbingKhari Noerdlinger, 19, was arrested on aggravated manslaughter, possession of a weapon for an unlawful purpose and hindering apprehension in the juvenile’s death, Bergen County authorities said.
City Unveils Plan To Build Supportive Housing For Mentally Ill In South BronxOfficials on Tuesday were showcasing plans to turn an empty South Bronx lot into apartments enhanced with help for residents contending with mental illness.
Mayor De Blasio Announces Program To Address Homeless ProblemMayor Bill de Blasio has announced a multi-billion dollar program to deal with the city's growing homeless problem.
NYC Sets Goal Of Screening All New Mothers For DepressionNew York City health officials are setting a goal of screening every pregnant woman and new mother for maternal depression.
New Gracie Mansion Art Offers Glimpse Into NYC Life In 1799Mayor Bill de Blasio and first lady Chirlane McCray made sure the exhibition reflected all the diversity of the city in 1799.
NYC's First Lady Tours Sandy-Damaged Homes Rebuilt With Help From City ProgramMaddy Eddy was unable to get federal aid to repair her home on Beach 28th Street after Sandy, and that's where the city stepped in.
City Mental Health Aid Experiment to focus On Parents, UnemployedA city-sponsored experiment in training non-professionals to provide mental health help will focus on people who work with parents of small children, as well as the unemployed poor.