Mayor De Blasio
A teenage girl was struck by a bus while crossing the street in Brooklyn early Friday, and there were worries that she could lose her leg.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio will be hosting a Super Bowl party at Gracie Mansion.
The Show Must Go On: NYC Public Schools Reopen Wednesday; Broadway Performances Back On Tuesday Evening
Mayor Bill de Blasio announced Tuesday that New York City public schools will reopen on Wednesday, a day after a blizzard forecast left NYC with far less snow than predicted, and despite his son Dante’s efforts to convince him they should be closed.
By John Montone, 1010 WINS The bullets that killed officers Rafael Ramos and Wenjian Liu tore a hole in the heart of this city’s holiday season. I wrote those words and spoke them on 1010 […]
Horse carriage drivers got some high-profile support Friday against Mayor de Blasio’s push to ban them in New York.
The City Hall Portraits Collection consists of more than 100 paintings of presidents, mayors, and military heroes from centuries past, something the mayor wants to change.
New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer and the five borough presidents want to make sure that a plan to turn outmoded pay phones into Wi-Fi hot spots benefits the entire city.
The mayor says improving conditions on New York City’s troubled Rikers Island jail complex will require deep-seated cultural change.
A new survey shows the number of homeless people in New York City has grown this year in almost every category: individuals, families and the chronically homeless.
The Williamsburg bowling alley has reopened to the public following a thorough cleaning.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio says the fiancee of a doctor who is being treated for Ebola is set to leave Bellevue Hospital.
On Saturday, the New Jersey Department of Health said the woman remains under observation and in isolation at University Hospital in Newark.
Police obtained a warrant to search Zale Thompson’s computer for clues about Thursday’s daytime assault, which left one officer with a serious head injury.
While Mayor Bill de Blasio and health officials were giving updates on New York City’s first Ebola case, the focus turned to another person in the room: The sign language guy.
The status report from the city’s Department of Investigation shows of 14,000 applications to the Built it Back program, 90 percent of which say they have not seen any help.