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Cobble Hill »

SUNY to Seek 'Final and Best Offers' for Long Island College Hospital

SUNY will reopen the "Request for Proposals" process, officials said Tuesday night.

West Brighton »

Groundhog Who Sank Teeth into Bloomberg Set to Meet New Mayor Sunday

Staten Island Chuck had a testy relationship with the last mayor.

Bed-Stuy »

Interfaith to Stay Open Until March as Judge Approves $25 Million

The state had refused to provide the funds earlier this month because it said Interfaith broke a deal.

Bed-Stuy »

Brooklyn Hospitals Will Close Without Federal Money, Mayor and Governor Say

The two politicians warned that hospitals will close without $10 billion in cash from the government.

Civic Center »

Libraries, NYCHA Buildings Among Possible Sites for New Pre-K Seats: City

The mayor has asked Albany lawmakers to let the city tax residents to pay for the new plan.

Bed-Stuy »

David Dinkins to Visit Bed-Stuy for Book Signing

The former mayor will visit Restoration Plaza to promote his new book, "A Mayor’s Life."

New Dorp »

Staten Island 'Forgotten' by Plows 48 Hours After Snowstorm, Residents Say

Residents of the borough criticized Bill de Blasio for poor snow removal.

West Harlem »

Elderly Man Struck by Livery Cab While Crossing 125th Street, Witnesses Say

A man was struck by a livery cab while crossing 125th Street at Adam Clayton Powell Boulevard.

Canarsie »

First Lady McCray Targets Immigration Reform as Role in City Policy Emerges

The first lady's remarks ahead of a forum on the issue come as questions remain about her role.

Upper East Side »

De Blasio Admits 'More Could Have Been Done' to Clear UES Streets of Snow

The mayor was accused of clearing some NYC streets faster than others.

Civic Center »

City Council Speaker Mark-Viverito Adds Friends and Foes to Leadership Team

The new council came to order with a mix of allies and enemies being appointed to key positions.

Civic Center »

Schools to Remain Open, But Transit Slows Down Amid Major Snowstorm

During an update on this storm on Tuesday, de Blasio said he would notify parents ASAP of any changes.

Civic Center »

De Blasio Vows to Be Less 'Punitive' Against City's Small Businesses

The mayor picked Maria Torres-Springer to lead the Department of Small Business Services.

Civic Center »

Gov. Cuomo to Offer Plan to Pay for Statewide Universal Pre-K

The move would create a political obstacle for Mayor Bill de Blasio's plan for a pre-K tax hike.

Rockaway Beach »

Rockaway Ferry Floats On Through May, But Trip Will Cost Nearly Double

The ferry was brought to the peninsula in November 2012 after the A train was damaged by Hurricane Sandy.

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