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Park Slope »

Stabbing Near de Blasio's Park Slope Home Was Gang Attack, Prosecutors Say

A 2013 stabbing near Sixth Avenue and 11th Street in Park Slope was gang related.

Midtown »

What Happened in New York This Week: 9 Stories You Need to Read

A principal made a controversial remark, the NYPD named its No. 2 and a beloved diner owner died.

Civic Center »

City Monitoring 357 People for Ebola Symptoms

The figure is a three-fold increase over the 117 people being monitored last week.

Bloomfield »

Mayor Approves Staten Island Business Improvement District

The West Shore Industrial BID will serve about 50 businesses in Bloomfield and Chelsea.

Civic Center »

New NYPD Deputy Commissioner Gets Tepid Response From Black, Latino Leaders

Benjamin Tucker was selected for the job after Philip Banks III stepped down.

New Dorp »

Incentives Aim to Tempt Businesses Back to Sandy-Hit Staten Island

Gov. Cuomo and Mayor de Blasio announced a $400,000 "Race for Space" program for the East Shore.

East Harlem »

MAP: 94 Failing Schools Get Extended Days and Extra Support

Mayor Bill de Blasio announced a $150 million program to boost failing schools instead of closing them.

Claremont »

Fix Our Parks, South Bronx Residents Tell City

The board hopes to see more than $2.5 million in renovations at several parks in The Bronx.

Upper West Side »

Globe-Trotting Parks Dept. Head Too Busy to Meet, Community Groups Say

In his short tenure as Parks Commissioner, Mitchell Silver has spent time on four different continents.

Civic Center »

Resignation of Highest Ranked Black NYPD Officer Raises Diversity Concerns

Politicians and community leaders say the resignation of Philip Banks is a blow to NYPD reform efforts.

Rockaway Beach »

Rockaway Ferry Sails Into the Sunset on Halloween

The boat, which began running in 2012 after Hurricane Sandy, was not permanently funded by the city.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Local Health Care Workers to Get Incentives to Fight Ebola in West Africa

The city and state will offer job protections to health workers, as well as pay during quarantines.

Cobble Hill »

Family of Autistic Student Who Died in School Hires Avonte Oquendo Lawyer

Dyasha Smith, 21, choked to death on a muffin in her Cobble Hill school.

Midland Beach »

Mayor Touts NYC's Recovery on 2 Year Anniversary of Hurricane Sandy

762 homes have started construction and 1,090 people have gotten checks since Sandy, the mayor said.

East Harlem »

Handling Ebola Cases Will Cost 'Many Millions,' City Says

New York will seek federal aid to pay the hefty tab of dealing with Ebola cases.

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