President Barack Obama is formally launching the era of divided government tonight with his State of the Union speech to Congress.
The mayor of New Jersey’s second-largest city and the head of its police union say they’ve reached an agreement to avert the layoff of 82 police officers.
Residents said the yellow medallion cabs that clog the streets in Manhattan rarely pick up fares once in the boroughs, making it frustrating to quickly get from one place to another.
The city budget director estimates that state aid reduction might reach as much as $2 to $3 billion.
With NYC’s budget director saying he fears Albany’s money problems could result in another $2B cut to the city, Bloomberg says he’ll let you know what’s about to happen.
City councilor Kenneth Cockayne says Mayor Art Ward was taken to the hospital on Saturday night when he choked while having dinner at the Italian Social Club.
What would a school be like without music? “Well, it would be soulless,” says mayor Richard DiLascio.
It’s not exactly a bake sale, but with New York City’s treasury in tatters, Mayor Bloomberg is promoting a series of charity gatherings to raise money for city hospitals.
One of the commission’s major powers is to decide in which banks millions and millions in city revenues are deposited.
The former city council president said after he was sworn in last June that he would only serve out the remainder of former mayor Eddie Perez’s term.
Point Pleasant Beach Mayor Vincent Barrella will remain in office after voters on Tuesday rejected a recall question by a 919 to 735 vote margin.
New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg clearly doesn’t have a lot of confidence in the Board of Elections going into next Tuesday.
Giuliani returned to City Hall on Tuesday for the unveiling of his official portrait, which shows him in a dark pinstripe suit as a tribute to his beloved New York Yankees.
The mayor has been traveling around the country this election season endorsing candidates and backing issues, and there are more trips in prospect.
A federal jury has awarded $8 million to a weekly newspaper that claimed the mayor wrongly confiscated copies of the paper after it ran articles critical of him.