Elected officials will discuss a range of issues LGBT couples still face in aftermath of the legalization of gay marriage in New York.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg officially opened the first section of the $165 million waterfront park.
Sen. Daniel Squadron asked the MTA to review both subway lines with increased riders on weekends.
Hundreds of city buildings are not subject to city fire safety codes because they are owned by the state or federal government.
Tour guides say the policies are too strict, while residents say they are too lenient.
The city would lose the limited control it has over tourist helicopters if it bans them from lower Manhattan, officials said.
The Yung Wing School's "Panda Pawns" were the first elementary-school team to beat high-schoolers in a national contest.
Transportation Alternatives is pressing for safety measures at Delancey and Essex streets after a woman's death last week.
Politicians are calling on the city end tourist flights from the Downtown Manhattan Heliport.
A Lower East Side co-op complex has started an electric car-sharing program for residents.
The electronics store started with a 500-square-foot shop in 1971.
The city may also make 9/11 memorial tour buses buy a permit.
The Assembly voted to pass a measure Monday that would create a permit system for intercity bus operators.
A Council committee endorsed a resolution urging the state to pass legislation to regulate inter-city buses.
The city will close the Independence Plaza center unless the state puts more money into the budget.
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