Cuomo, De Blasio Continue To Point Fingers Over Who Should Pay For Subway FixBoth traded barbs this week about the city’s failing subway system and, more importantly, who should foot the bill.
Groups Urge City To Adopt Their Agenda To Fix Transit SystemRepresentatives of eight advocacy groups gathered outside City Hall Thursday, urging all candidates for city office from the mayor on down to adopt their comprehensive transportation agenda to fix the city’s transit system.
Worker Hurt When Elevator Falls On Him In Lower ManhattanHe was rushed from the scene on Great Jones Street to NYC Health + Hospitals/Bellevue in critical condition.
Survey Shows NYC Homeless Population Up By Nearly 40 Percent From Last YearThe city’s own annual survey has found that despite efforts by the de Blasio administration, the number of people sleeping on the streets of New York City is up by nearly 40 percent from last year.
Department Of Design And Construction Commissioner Leaving Amid ControversiesThe embattled head of the city’s Department of Design and Construction is on his way out.
Emmy-Winning Veteran TV Reporter Gabe Pressman Dies At 93Emmy-winning TV journalist Gabe Pressman has died at the age of 93.
He's Back: Joe Lhota Returns To MTA Chairman PostState lawmakers have confirmed Gov. Andrew Cuomo's nomination of former New York City mayoral candidate Joseph Lhota as the next leader of the troubled Metropolitan Transportation Authority.
Mayoral Control Of NYC Schools Set To Expire After NY Legislature Adjourns Without DealMayoral oversight of schools, first enacted in 2002, will expire June 30. If the policy lapses, control will revert to a mosaic of local school boards.
No Deal Yet On Mayoral Control Of NYC Schools As State Legislature Set To AdjournNew York lawmakers are ready to leave Albany though they haven't yet agreed to extend Mayor Bill de Blasio's control of New York City schools.
Police: Man Covers Women's Mouths, Robs Them At Knifepoint At SoHo Subway StationPolice are searching for a man wanted in connection with two knifepoint robberies at the Spring Street A, C, E subway station.
1 Dead, 6 Others Infected In Legionnaires' Outbreak In Lenox HillHealth officials say one person has died and at least six others have been infected by Legionnaires' disease in the Lenox Hill area, near Third Avenue and East 70th Street.
NYPD Takes Extra Precautions In Wake Of Deadly Alexandria ShootingThe NYPD took extra security precautions after learning about Wednesday's shooting that occurred at a congressional baseball practice in Alexandria, Virginia.

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