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The city will soon begin releasing information on NYPD officers who served at Ground Zero after 9/11.

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The new $2.1 billion center is equipped to handle up to 50,000 911 calls an hour.

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Deputy Mayor Howard Wolfson slammed mayoral hopefuls who criticized the city's actions Tuesday morning, accusing them of ducking the question of whether tents should have remained.

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City Councilman Ydanis Rodriguez said he was thrown to the ground and beaten by police when he was arrested three blocks north of Zuccotti Park early Tuesday morning.

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Occupy Wall Street's day of action is scheduled to start Thursday with an attempt to shut down the New York Stock Exchange.

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The news delighted protesters, and sparked impromptu marches that were flanked by police in full riot gear.

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Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly said Thursday that Occupy Wall Street protesters will not be allowed to bring their gear back to Zuccotti Park after it is cleaned Friday.

Manhattan »

The Mayor's Budget Office has informed all city agencies that they must slash another 2 percent from their budgets this year and 6 percent in 2013.

Harlem »

The Department of Buildings is expected to levy several violation against Queens-based Disano Demolition, which was working on the 125th Street building that partially collapsed on Tuesday.

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Even the mayor's most ardent critics praised Mayor Michael Bloomberg Monday for his response to Hurricane Irene.

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Deputy Mayor Stephen Goldsmith has stepped down and will be replaced by DEP Commissioner Cas Holloway.

Harlem »

The North River Wastewater Treatment Plant pumped an estimated 800 million gallons of untreated sewage into the Hudson last year, even before a fire forced the plant to close down last week.

Harlem »

Riverbank Park, which sits atop the North River Wastewater Treatment Plant, has been closed since a four alarm fire raged there Wednesday.

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City officials say the stream of at least 200 million gallons of raw sewage pumped into the Hudson River stopped at 9:30 p.m. Friday.