The legislation would save the city $30 billion over the next 30 years, according to the mayor.
The "30 Rock" star is considering a run after a sex scandal crippled Rep. Anthony Weiner's chances.
Advocates say that thousands of low-income New Yorkers will be left without childcare because of cuts.
Observers say pols are remaining mum until they can gauge the public's reaction to Anthony Weiner's scandal.
The "Made in NY Awards" celebrate contributions to the city’s entertainment and new media industries.
Livery drivers descended on City Hall to demand that they be allowed to continue to serve the city.
Mayor announces weeklong campaign to raise awareness of fitness and exercise options in the five boroughs.
Three fire companies in Manhattan are among 20 on the chopping block citywide.
The 199-year-old building is showing age with sagging ceilings, cracked plaster and rotted beams.
Chancellor Dennis Walcott said again Wednesday that over 6,000 teaching jobs are on the chopping block.
"The A Circuit" tells the story of a girl whose "father owns half of New York."
From the Intrepid to Inwood, Memorial Day events commemorated those fallen in wars on Monday in Manhattan.
Twenty-seven of Sol LeWitt's "structures" are on display through Dec. 2.
The mayor's office released heavily redacted tax forms Friday providing a peek into his earning and giving.
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