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Ticket-Fixing Scandal an Embarrassment for NYPD, Bloomberg Says

Bloomberg said stamping out corruption is one of Police Commissioner Ray Kelly's top priorities.

East Village & Lower East Side »

Bloomberg Paints Gay Marriage as Civil Rights Issue

In East Village speech, mayor warns lawmakers to avoid winding up on the wrong side of history.

Greenwich Village & SoHo »

Christopher Street Fights Back Against Crime Wave

Residents are taking action to stop their street from becoming a no-go area.

Downtown »

Conde Nast Signs Deal to Move to One World Trade Center

The media giant will move to One World Trade Center at the end of 2014 or beginning of 2015.

Manhattan »

Stringer Calls for Moratorium on New Schools Contracts

The borough president's call comes after a string of alleged scandals involving spending and consultants.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

Pot Activists Rally Near Bloomberg's UES Townhouse

Protesters blame mayor for turning city into "marijuana arrest capital of world."

Manhattan »

City Puts Brakes on Central Park Car Ban

Local community boards have been pushing the city to test a car ban on the Central Park "Loop."

Manhattan »

Smoking Extinguished as Parks Ban Goes Into Effect

Smoking is banned in city parks, beaches and public plazas as of Monday.

Downtown »

9/11 Memorial Won't Have Bathrooms, Report Says

The soon-to-open September 11th Memorial won't have any bathrooms when it opens, according to reports.

Manhattan »

Mayor Bloomberg 'Concerned' by President's Middle East Peace Plan

"America’s commitment to Israel’s security must be unequivocal and ironclad," Bloomberg said Friday.

Downtown »

Residents Take to Facebook to Save 'Ghostbusters' Fire House

"Help us SAVE THE GHOSTBUSTERS!" the group's Twitter account reads.

Manhattan »

Alternate Side Parking Suspended if World Ends, Bloomberg Says

The apocalypse would suspend alternate side parking in the city, Mayor Michael Bloomberg joked on his radio show.

Harlem »

Protests Planned as Childcare Cuts Hit Upper Manhattan

Parents, teachers and lawmakers say the cuts would disproportionately hurt Harlem, Inwood and Washington Heights.

Downtown »

City Unveils Campaign to Market Lower Manhattan as a Destination

The city plans to launch the campaign June 1, just months before the 10th anniversary of 9/11.

Manhattan »

Three Manhattan Fire Companies Facing Budget Ax

A plan to close 20 fire companies citywide includes a pair in Lower Manhattan and one in Midtown.