Bill de Blasio

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The mayor met with top officials as he faced criticism this summer about homelessness.

Civic Center »

Only 5.3 percent of $13.8 billion in city contracts went to firms owned by minorities or women.

Elmhurst »

The Elmhurst LIRR stop closed in 1985 but with new MTA funds it could reopen.

Midtown »

Mets second baseman Ruben Tejada's leg was broken after the Dodgers player slid into him Saturday.

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The city and state will both increase their contribution to the plan.

Civic Center »

She believes she can make a bigger impact on education as head of her charter school network.

Midtown »

Officer James Frascatore used excessive force in detaining tennis star James Blake, the CCRB ruled.

Civic Center »

The founder and CEO of Success Academy Charter Schools will speak on the steps of City Hall.

East New York »

The mayor tried to allay fears that his planned rezoning would push out long-time residents.

St. George »

The center, at 126 Stuyvesant Pl., is expected to open early next year.

Downtown Brooklyn »

The mayor said he's confident that we're better prepared for Hurricane Joaquin than we were for Sandy.

Far Rockaway »

The city has activated its severe weather plans in anticipation of the storm, officials said.

Times Square & Theater District »

A task force appointed by the mayor agreed to the idea of assigning designated areas for topless women.

St. George »

The Staten Island Ferry's new half-hour service starts on Oct. 1.

Arden Heights »

The mayor joined overnight DOT workers to help repave a section of Arthur Kill Road Wednesday night.