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Mott Haven »

Bronx Parents Fleeing Low-Performing Schools, Advocacy Group Says

Enrollment declined by 31 percent since 2009 at 33 of the borough's schools, a report found.

Greenwich Village »

New NYPD Outreach Effort Has Officers Speaking at Houses of Worship

An initiative from police headquarters encouraged outreach in local churches, a police chief said.

Jamaica »

Police Honor Officer Eddie Byrne Nearly 30 Years After Execution

Police officer Edward Byrne was murdered on Feb. 26, 1988, while guarding a witness.

Civic Center »

De Blasio Announces Contract With Sergeants' Union After Monthslong Feud

Four out of five police unions have reached a contract with the city.

Civic Center »

De Blasio Asks Albany for Permanent Control of Schools, $300M for NYCHA

The mayor also criticized some of Gov. Andrew Cuomo's budget plans.

Rockaway Park »

'All-Weather' Ferries Considered for Future Fleet as Ice Shuts Down Service

The city is looking into boats that can operate in extreme cold while planning the five-borough ferry.

Sunnyside »

Cuomo Knocks De Blasio's Sunnyside Yards Development Again

Cuomo reiterated Monday that the MTA did not see any "redevelopment possibilities" at the 200-acre site.

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.

Sunnyside »

Sunnyside Yards Development Will Be Costly and Time-Consuming, Experts Say

While experts say it can be done, they predict the development will be expensive and take years to plan.

Midtown »

New Task Force to Probe Landlords Who Harass Rent-Stabilized Tenants

The Tenant Harassment Prevention Task Force will investigate harassment complaints against landlords.

Midtown »

De Blasio Blasts Giuliani for Claiming Obama Doesn't 'Love' America

Giuliani reportedly said the remarks weren't racist because Obama's mother is white.

Baychester »

Diaz Calls for New Schools, Possible Train Yard Development in SOTB

Admission to the specialized high schools would be based on schoolwork rather than tests.

Upper West Side »

Upper West Side Sees Largest Jump in Pedestrian Deaths Despite Vision Zero

Six people were killed in the 10025 zip code last year, compared to just one in 2013.

Civic Center »

GOP Poster Depicts De Blasio as Woman in 'Fifty Shades of Grey'

A GOP spokesman said the poster depicts Al Sharpton as someone with control over de Blasio.

Fort Greene »

Several NYPD Precinct Houses Don't Have Working Security Cameras: Sources

While most station houses have cameras inside, several do not have security cameras on the outside.

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