The de Blasios did what every New Yorker does before a move — they put their old stuff on the street.
Mayor Bill de Blasio marched in the 22nd annual pride parade in Jackson Heights, a "historic" moment.
The city hopes to make it easier for families to enroll in free full-day pre-K programs at nonprofits.
Cuomo signed a bill that will lower taxes for people who made repairs on their home after the storm.
The ceremony honored those who have served and who continue to serve the country in the armed forces.
A plan to remove 20,000 ineligible city health insurance enrollees is estimated to save $400 million.
The money will go toward helping schools upgrade their broadband internet access.
The center would be a good idea for "any neighborhood," said District Manager Cedric Loftin.
The event, set for next May, will showcase new and legacy food and cultural institutions.
The event raised more cash than expected, but it was still the lowest total in more than a decade.
Mayor de Blasio and NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton have said existing staffing levels are sufficient.
Officer Rosa Rodriguez had been hospitalized since April, when she responded to a fire in Coney Island.
President Barack Obama spoke at a somber ceremony opening the underground museum Thursday.
The comptroller pushed the mayor to change his plan for $725 million in payments to teacher retirees.
A week after heralding their $5.5 billion UFT deal, the city said it would actually cost $8.9 billion.
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