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Mayor Bloomberg Warns of Possible School Bus Driver Strike

The mayor called a post-holiday strike a "strong possibility" aid contract talks with the drivers' union.

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Record Number of New Yorkers Arrested During Bloomberg Era, NYPD Stats Show

Mayor Bloomberg says fewer people in city jails, but the number of arrests is at an all-time high.

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Bloomberg Meets Small Business Owners Over Coffee in Red Hook

The mayor met with owners of small businesses in Red Hook affected by Hurricane Sandy.

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Housing and Arts Complex to Replace Parking Lot In Downtown Brooklyn

Mayor Bloomberg announces plans to turn one-time parking lot into cultural space with affordable housing.

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Mayoral Candidates Try to Woo Skeptical Business Community

At a Crain's forum, the four Democrats vying to become mayor debated the city's economic future.

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Gas Rationing Ends Saturday in New York City

The odd-even gas rationing system finally came to an end at 6 a.m. Saturday.

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Bloomberg Extends Gas Rationing Plan

Mayor Bloomberg announced Sunday that the odd/even license plate rule for gassing up would continue.

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Cars Destroyed by Sandy Now Risk Alternate-Side Parking Tickets

Drivers whose cars were destroyed by Sandy could get slapped with parking tickets.

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NYPD Taps Retired Cops to Help Brothers in Blue After Sandy

The NYPD asked those who can to help, and provided shelter information for those in need.

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City Launches 'Rapid Repair' Program for Homes Damaged by Sandy

The city will send teams of contractors to repair storm-damaged homes so Con Ed can restore their power.

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City Teams Up With Once-Enemy Airbnb To Provide Free Housing After Sandy

Airbnb is helping connect people affected by Sandy with free short-term housing.

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Mayor Bloomberg Applauds His Hurricane Sandy Response

Mayor Michael Bloomberg said only pockets of the city are still suffering.

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60 Poll Sites Moved in Wake of Hurricane Sandy

60 poll sites — mainly in Brooklyn and Queens — are being relocated because of damage from the storm.

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Officials Fear Some Damaged Schools May Stay Closed for Rest of Year

As staff and students prepare for Monday, many schools are without power or are hosting evacuees.

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Mayor Bloomberg's Sign-Language Interpreter Returns

Mayor Bloomberg's expressive sign-language interpreter returns to his side.