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Williamsburg »

Uber Won't Be Hurt by Limit on For-Hire Car Services, Mayor Says

The mayor also declined an offer from the company for a live stream debate.

Columbus Circle »

City Officials Warn New Yorkers to Stay Cool With Heat Advisory in Effect

Temperatures and humidity were expected to feel close to 100 degrees today.

Long Island City »

Free High-Speed Internet Coming to Five Public Housing Developments

The 7,000 residents of Queensbridge Houses will be the first to receive the free service.

Civic Center »

De Blasio to Travel to Vatican to Address Climate Change, Income Inequality

Mayor de Blasio will discuss how the city is reducing emissions while lifting residents out of poverty.

Edenwald »

De Blasio and Bratton Say Shootings, Homicides Down in Targeted Precincts

The two touted the "Summer All Out" program, but rapes continue to rise.

Concourse »

De Blasio Celebrates Most New Affordable Housing Units in 25 Years

The city said 20,325 new and preserved units in fiscal year 2015 mark the largest amount since 1989.

Great Kills »

Mayor Sets Election Date to Fill Ignizio's Vacant Council Seat

The winner will serve until Dec. 31, 2016, according to the proclamation.

Tompkinsville »

NYPD Has Come a 'Long Way' Since Eric Garner Death, De Blasio Says

The mayor cited a new community policing effort as the one-year anniversary of Garner's death nears.

Jamaica »

IDNYC Pop-up Enrollment Site Opens in Jamaica Amid High Demand

The city has issued 250,000 municipal ID cards since the program started in January, officials said.

Upper East Side »

NYPD Eliminates Special Unit Responding to School Emergencies, Sources Say

School safety agents would remain, but the precinct's school response unit will disband, sources said.

West Village »

Cuomo Announces Next Steps for State's AIDS Reduction Plan

The governor outlined "major steps" being taken to advance his "blueprint" to end AIDS by 2020.

Sheepshead Bay »

De Blasio and Cuomo Decline Pasta Summit as Their Feud Continues to Boil

Both leaders continued to jab each other in the wake of a tough legislative session for the mayor.

Financial District »

How to Get to the Women's World Cup Champs' Ticker-Tape Parade

The U.S. national women's soccer team will parade down the Canyon of Heroes starting at 11 a.m.

East Harlem »

Dice Games Linked to Recent Spate of Shootings, Sources Say

Gunfire at dice games recently left at least one person dead and others wounded.  

Fort Greene »

City to Build Affordable Senior Housing on Lawn at Ingersoll Houses

The city is looking for developers to build on the grassy area at Myrtle Avenue and St. Edwards Street.