Two protesters disrupted the Artspace PS109 groundbreaking ceremony in East Harlem.
There are thousands more city workers than when the mayor took office, but fewer cops.
A judge has approved the FDNY's new exam, after previous versions were deemed discrimanatory.
The mayor sympathized Friday about complaints over confusing streets.
The Mural Pavilion houses restored works commissioned by the Works Progress Administration.
The Barclays Center made its public debut on Friday with a ribbon cutting ceremony.
The annual Mayor's Management Report showed rises in crime, but also in city tourism.
Harlem's Lactation Lounge is open to any woman who needs a safe place to breastfeed.
Neighbors say Broadway Housing Communities' project is worthwhile but too noisy.
City agencies are being asked to slash millions from their budgets yet again.
A leak of PCB from an overhead light was reported at I.S. 204.
In six months drinks larger than 16 ounces will be outlawed in New York City.
The 9/11 Museum held an exhibit preview Monday offsite as money problems have delayed its opening.
On the eve of the 9/11 anniversary, a deal was reached to restart construction on the Memorial Museum.
CUNY and Memorial Sloan-Kettering will build a facility at the site of a former sanitation depot.
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