Mayor Bill de Blasio
A survey released Wednesday by Quinnipiac University said that 51 percent of New York City residents approve of the mayor, while 28 percent do not.
A stunning decision to overturn teacher tenure laws in California has New York City parents mobilizing to seek the same thing here.
Animal rights groups have stepped up their calls to ban carriage horses following an incident in Central Park.
With just nine days left in New York’s legislative session, a rally is being held to drum up support in Albany for lowering New York City’s speed limit.
Mayor Bill de Blasio chimed in Monday about a controversial remark made by Rep. Charles Rangel during a congressional debate, telling the candidates to stick to the issues.
He pledged to diversify what he called the “greatest fire department in the world.”
Mayor Bill de Blasio and the Department of Education announced the first wave of acceptances to the city’s expanded pre-kindergarten programs Thursday.
The outgoing FDNY boss’ last official event, a promotions ceremony, will be held Thursday. He is being replaced by Mayor Bill de Blasio’s pick to lead the department, retired FDNY Chief Daniel Nigro.
Nearly four dozen firefighters, FDNY medical workers and officers were honored with medals from the department Wednesday.
Almost half of the graduates in the latest FDNY class are people of color, and four are women. The class comprises the greatest number of female graduates the department has ever had at one time.
Police said Monday that a stabbing that left a 6-year-old boy dead and a 7-year-old girl injured in a Brooklyn apartment building might be related to an earlier deadly stabbing nearby.
Mayor Bill de Blasio has announced the creation of a task force that seeks to reduce the number of mentally ill inmates in New York City’s jails.
New York’s 50th Celebrate Israel Parade up Fifth Avenue features some participants high up in the air: 16 planes in a flyover salute
Mayor Bill de Blasio announced Friday that New York City will open 10,400 more full-day pre-kindergarten seats by September.
When he was campaigning to replace Michael Bloomberg, a mayor who left the city nearly every weekend but refused to say where, Bill de Blasio vowed to be the most open mayor ever. Instead, he has repeatedly kept the media at bay.