Mayor Bill de Blasio said major changes are coming to the city's public housing developments.
The 200-unit Philip's Senior House complex will remain affordable for the next 40 years.
After winning his 23rd and final term, Rangel needs to start picking his replacement, fans say.
City apartments should go to New Yorkers, not tourists, state and federal lawmakers said.
The city plans to replace all 250,000 of its 1960s street lamps with City Lights by 2017.
Plans to renovate the 369th Regiment Armory may leave artifacts from the historic unit in limbo.
W.A.R.M. is teaming up with the United Nations to help women get out of abusive relationships.
But local leaders say the project, which will replace a garage, is a bad fit for 125th Street.
Some local leaders say the state may be playing politics with the proposal.
The agency will use $40 million to hire more workers and streamline repairs.
Students and their parents performed acts of service in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. day.
Success Academy officials said it is unclear where the expanded grades would be housed.
The parking garage at 121 West 125th St. is slated to also have cultural exhibition space.
Assemblyman Keith Wright held a hearing in Harlem on a proposal to increase the minimum wage.
The 81-year-old congressman said he's up to the task of a 22nd term in office.
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