FEMA extended the hotel checkout date for displaced residents to May 1.
Board voted to remove a member after he hasn't shown up for months.
The plan would create additional terminals in Astoria, Brooklyn, Upper East Side and Roosevelt Island.
A new federal program will provide rent vouchers for displaced families.
The city hopes to start construction in April for berms and dunes wiped out by Hurricane Sandy.
Pier 42 will open May 4 as elected officials continue to plan for its future.
The Parks Service has announced they will extend the lease for the dock.
The Graniteville chorus was scheduled to sing four songs at President Barack Obama's inauguration.
Residents are trying to stop the National Parks Service from shutting down the Great Kills Marina.
Google will offer free WiFi from Gansevoort Street to West 19th Street.
Rosa, 45, becomes New York's first Dominican-American Assembly member and uptown's first Assemblywoman.
Hundreds packed into St. Thomas More for a Catholic Mass without heat or lights.
Senator Charles Schumer, an avid cyclist, praises borough’s bike routes.
Parents from the Big Apple joined hundreds of other advocates and Sen. Charles Schumer in Washington D.C.
Brooklyn Navy Yard will be getting a supermarket as part of a large development plan.
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