Mayor Bloomberg says fewer people in city jails, but the number of arrests is at an all-time high.
The mayor met with owners of small businesses in Red Hook affected by Hurricane Sandy.
Mayor Bloomberg announces plans to turn one-time parking lot into cultural space with affordable housing.
At a Crain's forum, the four Democrats vying to become mayor debated the city's economic future.
The odd-even gas rationing system finally came to an end at 6 a.m. Saturday.
Mayor Bloomberg announced Sunday that the odd/even license plate rule for gassing up would continue.
Drivers whose cars were destroyed by Sandy could get slapped with parking tickets.
The NYPD asked those who can to help, and provided shelter information for those in need.
The city will send teams of contractors to repair storm-damaged homes so Con Ed can restore their power.
Airbnb is helping connect people affected by Sandy with free short-term housing.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg said only pockets of the city are still suffering.
60 poll sites — mainly in Brooklyn and Queens — are being relocated because of damage from the storm.
As staff and students prepare for Monday, many schools are without power or are hosting evacuees.
Mayor Bloomberg's expressive sign-language interpreter returns to his side.
All of the boroughs are now connected by subway service.
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