Mayor Bill de Blasio
The Associated Press is reporting that de Blasio will not march in this year’s parade. However, CBS New York has been informed by mayor’s office that he has not made a final decision.
The mayor described Republicans’ tinkering with Homeland Security funding as inappropriate, unfair and dangerous.
A longtime ban on cellphones in New York City public schools is set to be lifted on Monday.
It was a snowy start to March after a freezing February.
An internal poll has revealed that the majority of officers who have completed a retraining program following the death of Eric Garner thought it had a positive effect, according to the Mayor’s office.
The agreement authorizes 11 percent raises over the next seven years. It follows the pattern set by the teachers union, but, like other uniformed unions, it contains an additional 1 percent raise in its first year.
Mayor Bill de Blasio is asking state legislators for money for housing and other city needs.
Mayor Bill de Blasio’s administration says it has reached an agreement with members of the ultra-Orthodox Jewish community over a tradition known as oral suction circumcision.
With a swift swipe of his scalpel, Rabbi A. Romi Cohn circumcises the baby boy, then leans down and sucks the blood from the wound as prayers in Hebrew fill the Brooklyn synagogue.
Three more New York City municipal unions are agreeing to new labor contracts with Mayor Bill de Blasio’s administration.
State and city officials have launched a joint task force to crack down on New York City landlords who harass tenants to force them into vacating rent-regulated apartments.
Mayor Bill de Blasio on Saturday called a shooting that was believed to be motivated by terrorism in Copenhagen was an “attack on our core values.”
Mayor Bill de Blasio on Friday welcomed in a new group of correction officers, without making reference to recent problems that have plagued Rikers Island.
Mayor Bill de Blasio called the streak a testament to the hard work of the NYPD.
New York City Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito is using her first State of the City address to call for criminal justice reform.