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Upper East Side »

City Plans Pedestrian Safety Improvements at Dangerous UES Intersection

Two people have been killed at the intersection of 60th Street and Third Avenue in recent years.

Woodside »

Speed Cameras Start Issuing Tickets as Part of Mayor's Traffic Safety Plan

Mayor Bill de Blasio vowed to make the city's streets safer for pedestrians on Wednesday.

Upper East Side »

New UES Councilman Ben Kallos to Take on Marine Transfer Station, Pre-K

Kallos discussed his top priorites for the district with DNAinfo New York.

Union Square »

Lawsuit Over Restaurant in Union Square Park Goes to Appeals Court

A community group is fighting the city's plan to open an eatery in Union Square Park.

Dongan Hills »

De Blasio's Pizza Fork to be Sold for Charity

The fork that sparked "Pizzagate" will be auctioned for charity by Goodfella's Pizza.

East Village »

Loyal Customers Welcome Back Longtime East Village Newsstand Operator

Jerry Delakas reopened his Astor Place newsstand Tuesday after winning a license from the city.

Midtown »

Legislators to Introduce Myls' Law to Close Loophole in Child Safety Policy

The bill, sparked by 4-year-old Myls Dobson's death, requires police to tell ACS about a parent's arrest.

East Village »

Ousted Astor Place Newsstand Operator to Return Under Deal With City

Jerry Delakas can begin selling papers at his Astor Place newsstand after he starts paying a $9,000 fine.

Midtown East »

Bill de Blasio and Cardinal Dolan Both Want Pope Francis to Visit NYC

The mayor and archbishop met for 45 minutes behind closed doors at St. Patrick's Cathedral.

Park Slope »

P.S. 321 High-Stakes Testing Foes Hope for a Win After Years of Battle

Park Slope's P.S. 321 has long been a leader in the movement against high-stakes testing.

Midtown »

De Blasio's Past as ACS Watchdog in Spotlight After Myls Dobson's Death

The former councilman and public advocate has a track record of challenging the agency he now controls.

Midtown »

Gale Brewer Sworn In as Manhattan Borough President

Gale Brewer was sworn in Sunday afternoon as Manhattan's 27th Borough President.

Flushing »

Katz Promises to Upgrade Transportation, Monitor Rebuilding at Swearing-In

Katz was sworn in as the borough's next president at a ceremony at Queens College.

Midtown »

Loophole in Child Safety Law Placed 4-Year-Old in Hands of Suspected Killer

Law enforcement officials are not obliged to alert child protective services when they arrest a parent.

Dongan Hills »

Bill de Blasio Makes Faux Pie With Fork-and-Knife Pizza Technique

De Blasio ate half his slice with a fork and knife and half with his hands at a stop in Staten Island.

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