City Of New York
The mother of a mentally ill and diabetic inmate who died after spending seven days locked inside a Rikers Island jail cell announced Wednesday that she had filed a wrongful death lawsuit.
Mayor Bill de Blasio’s son, Dante, and daughter, Chiara, each were set to begin month-long unpaid internships with the City of New York this week.
FedEx knowingly violated the terms of a settlement when it delivered tons of untaxed cigarettes to New York City residents, the city government alleges in a civil lawsuit filed Monday.
Some victims of Superstorm Sandy were wondering when they would be able to go home at this time a year ago, and many were still waiting a year later.
A Superstorm Sandy relief program that put displaced residents into hotels is set to expire, leaving some families without clear options.
The City of New York has launched a photo competition, encouraging residents to showcase their favorite features of the city’s five boroughs.
The city Office of General Services has gone on eBay, hoping someone will buy a steel morgue refrigerator that has been taken out of use at the Manhattan Psychiatric Center.
A Staten Island neighborhood was calling for action Tuesday night, after learning who is responsible for an overgrown, dumped-on lot in their community.
A feasibility study released Wednesday urged transportation officials to move forward with an extension of the No. 7 subway line to Secaucus, N.J.
New Yorkers have expressed mixed feelings about a new app the city has launched, providing advice to teens who are sexually active.
The City of New York has launched a new free app providing advice to teens who are sexually active – and if parents don’t like it, it’s too bad for them.
New York City has asked residents to vote on a new design for the pay phone of the future.