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Civic Center »

Advocates Pushed for Changes to Arrest Policy Long Before Myls Dobson Died

They hope the latest attention will help push the NYPD and Mayor de Blasio to change police protocol.

Civic Center »

Voters on 'Honeymoon' With de Blasio, Latest Poll Says

Nearly two-thirds of voters are optimistic about the next four years even as they're divided over issues.

Upper West Side »

Assemblyman Calls for 20 MPH Speed Limit Across NYC

Daniel O'Donnell introduced legislation that would lower the city's speed limit from 30 to 20 mph. 

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.

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