Mayor De Blasio
The “UES Eight” were held for five hours at the 19th Precinct so police could do criminal background checks, They faced disorderly conduct and obstruction charges.
A Queens woman who was stumped by the parks department was smiling on Wednesday night.
The prototype was rolled out at the International Auto Show, but could soon be rolling through Central Park. The vehicles could make Manhattan history.
The bill expands mandatory paid sick time coverage to businesses that employ five or more people. Once signed, the law will take effect April first.
Actor Liam Neeson took on City Hall on Sunday, and showed his support for controversial horse drawn carriages.
Community representatives pleaded with Mayor Bill de Blasio to do away with the Bloomberg era plan and said that the establishment would displace families and eliminate one of the city’s most historic free speech sites.