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Washington Heights »

Cuomo Boasts of 30-Year Friendship With De Blasio Despite Public Spats

The governor walked back talk of a rift between himself and Mayor de Blasio.

New Dorp »

Under Judge's Orders, Cuomo Picks Election Date to Replace Grimm and Camara

A special election will be held May 5 to replace Michael Grimm and Karim Camara.

St. George »

Judge Gives Cuomo Until Friday to Set Election Date to Replace Grimm

A federal judge ruled that Gov. Cuomo had until Feb. 20 to set a date for the election to fill the seat.

Greenwich Village »

MAP: 9 Developments in SoHo and the Village to Watch For in 2015

Apartments, schools, retail space and a waterfront park are in the works for the Village.

Prospect Heights »

Why Brooklyn Lost the Democratic National Convention to Philadelphia

Frayed political relations and corruption indictments were among the reasons NYC lost, insiders say.

Port Morris »

Tax Exemption Could Spur More Wine, Beer and Cider Tastings

Gov. Andrew Cuomo is proposing eliminating the 'tasting tax' in his upcoming budget.

Midtown »

Governor Attributes Deadly Metro-North Crash to 'Randomness of Life'

The governor described the crash scene as one of the worst he has seen.

Gramercy »

Cuomo Calls Minimum Wage Plan a 'Non-Starter' in Latest Salvo Against Mayor

It's not the first time Mayor Bill de Blasio and Gov. Andrew Cuomo have clashed on major policy. 

Sunnyside »

City Plans 11,000 Affordable Units at Sunnyside Yards Despite Gov Saying No

Mayor Bill de Blasio said they want to develop 11,250 affordable apartments at the 200-acre rail yard.

Pelham Gardens »

Heastie Replaces Silver as Speaker, But Observers Fear More of the Same

Carl Heastie of The Bronx was elected Assembly Speaker Tuesday.

Greenwich Village »

Gov. Cuomo Vows He Won't Sign Budget If Ethics Reforms Don't Pass

The governor said he would not approve a state budget that does not include his five-point ethics plan.

Claremont »

State Officially Handing Over Former Bronx Prison to Nonprofit

The shuttered Fulton Correctional Facility was a minimum security prison from 1975 until 2011.

Lower East Side »

Weitz & Luxenberg 'Shocked' as Silver Takes Leave Absence from Firm

Federal prosecutors say Silver used the firm to mask "kickbacks" as legitimate income.

East Elmhurst »

LIRR Should Run 24/7 to Willets Point for Proposed AirTrain, Pol Says

The increase of service will help ease congestion in neighborhoods around LaGuardia Airport.

Midtown »

Mayor Got 15 Minutes Notice of Cuomo's Subway Shutdown for Snow

Both de Blasio and Cuomo say they don't regret the abundance of caution taken.