Neighbors Say They Weren't Properly Notified Of New Homeless Shelter On West 58thA new shelter is set to open on West 58th Street in Midtown, and neighbors said they did not receive proper notification.
De Blasio: NYC Financed Record Number Of Affordable Apartments Last YearNew York City created or preserved over 24,500 affordable homes last year, breaking a record for the nation's biggest city, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced Tuesday.
Acting Bonanno Crime Family Boss, Others With Colorful Nicknames, Face Racketeering ChargesNew federal charges name the acting boss and others in the Bonanno crime family in a sweeping racketeering enterprise, according to federal prosecutors.
'Man On A Mission:' Bronx Councilman Tackles Government Dysfunction As Head Of New Oversight CommitteeBronx City Councilman Ritchie Torres said he will hire professional investigators, some with prosecutorial experience, to tackle government dysfunction and bureaucracy.
Plaque Honoring Hero Cop Steven McDonald Unveiled At His Old PrecinctA plaque honoring the late NYPD Detective Steven McDonald was dedicated in his old precinct in Central Park on Wednesday.
NY Assemblywoman Pamela Harris Indicted On Fraud, Witness Tampering ChargesBetween 2012 and 2016, Harris is accused of defrauding several government agencies including the New York City Council and FEMA.
Sanitation Department: 2,200 Trucks Out Collecting Trash Piles After Last Week's SnowstormIn a tweet, the department says trucks are out collecting trash, recycling and organics citywide while limited snow operations are still underway.
NYC Pedestrian Deaths Drop 32 Percent Last YearPedestrian fatalities dropped 32 percent last year from 2016, making 2017 the safest year on New York City streets since record keeping began in 1910, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced Monday.
NYC To Install Permanent Barriers To Protect PedestriansMayor Bill de Blasio is beginning the new year looking to protect pedestrians from potential vehicle attacks in New York City.
First Of 9 Detention Centers On Rikers Island To Close This SummerCity and Department of Correction officials announced Tuesday that one of the nine jails on Rikers will close this summer as part of a long-term goal to get inmates into facilities closer to home.
Officials: Deadly Bronx Fire Caused By Young Boy Playing With StoveThe fast-moving fire started just before 7 p.m. Thursday at a building on Prospect Avenue and 185th Street.
Crews Install Waterford Crystals On Times Square New Year's Eve BallOnce completed, the 12-foot, nearly 12,000-pound masterpiece will be covered with more than 2,600 Waterford Crystals of various patterns, cuts and sizes.

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