Tenants in the Lower East Side affordable housing complex are fighting a proposed rent increase.
Long-distance bus companies risk fines as high as $2,500 for breaking rules established a year ago.
New York's medical marijuana bill will cover those with HIV/AIDS, Parkinson's, Crohn's Disease and more.
Two staffers were left jobless after Sheldon Silver closed the office over sex harassment allegations.
State legislators pressured the city to make it easier for parents to get private school education.
Speaker Sheldon Silver plans to close Kellner's office and reduce his staff to zero by June 30.
The mayor claimed victory after Albany passed a budget with $300 million per year in UPK funding.
Elisa Izquierdo, 6, was killed by her mother in 1995, sparking changes in child welfare agencies.
Downtown's crowded elementary schools have more applicants than seats for their kindergarten programs.
Howard Hughes Corporation is submitting its development plans to a community task force.
A stop sign will be installed on Battery Place outside of P.S. 276, a corner the NYPD has called unsafe.
State Senate co-leader Dean Skelos said Mayor Bill de Blasio's plan would not come to vote in Albany.
The MTA has pushed back the reopening date for the escalator at East Broadway station several times.
Legislation would require the city to consider closing schools that have low attendance on holidays.
Governor Andrew Cuomo said Assemblyman Micah Kellner should either deny the allegations or resign.
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