The Republican congressman announced he would resign from his post on Jan. 5.
Congressman Michael Grimm was confident as he went into election day against opponent Domenic Recchia.
A committee resolution to let 16- and 17-year-olds serve will now go before the full City Council.
A bill was introduced to prevent future tolls on NYC highways.
Several elected officials issued a public plea to find space to relocate the rest of the turkeys.
The budget agreement secures 24 jobs at a Staten Island research center.
The Arthur Kill Correctional Facility will be transformed into a movie studio by Broadway Stages.
The group, American Atheists, hit back by posting a Christmas ad on the Goethals Bridge.
Elected officials have called on mayoral candidates to join their opposition to the co-location.
The bus lane camera will be removed after it was accused of trapping motorists.
Politicians called on the DOT to remove the camera at a traffic light in New Springville.
The expansion brings the total number of homes eligible for a pre-storm value buyout to 300.
Lorenzo Hodges, William Burdick and Tom Cunsolo were awarded for their recovery efforts.
The State Senate Task Force on Sandy issued 10 recommendations to aid storm recovery.
The main tent of the Cedar Grove Community Hub collapsed due to strong winds from Thursday's storm.
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