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Washington Heights »

Councilman Donates $30K from OWS Arrest Settlement to Legal Advocacy Group

The money came from a settlement with the city over Ydanis Rodriguez's Occupy Wall Street arrest.

East Elmhurst »

Correction Department's Training Facilities are Lacking, New Boss Admits

DOC Commissioner Joseph Ponte said the department needs better facilities to fix conditions at Rikers.

Civic Center »

VIDEO: De Blasio Jokes About Marijuana and Castro in Inner Circle Promo

The fundraiser is expected to raise money for 100 local charities.

Civic Center »

Bratton Negotiating With De Blasio for More Police, Mayor Skeptical of Need

Bratton made a case for more police during City Council budget hearings.

Civic Center »

Woman Arrested as Police Clear Anti-Bratton Protesters Out of City Hall

Protesters repeatedly interrupted Bratton's budget testimony Thursday morning, police said.

New York City »

City Law Department Automatically Deletes Workers' Emails After 90 Days

The revelation contradicts what a City Hall official previously told DNAinfo New York.

Civic Center »

Housing Groups Heckle Mayor on Steps of City Hall Over Affordable Housing

The groups called for more involvement in the city's rezoning process.

Civic Center »

Pat Lynch Is Out of Touch With Union Members' Needs, Challengers Say

The firebrand PBA boss should have been more conciliatory with the mayor, his would-be replacements say.

Civic Center »

Bloomberg Administration Had Plan to Delete City Emails

The plan would have deleted emails from 14 city agencies after 90 days, but it was never implemented.

Rockaway Beach »

Officers Will Take Breaks From 911 Calls in New Community Policing Program

The program will be rolled out in 100th and 101st precincts in Rockaway and the 33rd and 34th Uptown.

Civic Center »

Bill 'BuzzFeed' de Blasio Taps Power of Social Media for Public Outreach

The de Blasio administration has tried to harness social media to reach New Yorkers directly.

Civic Center »

De Blasio Announces Contract With Sergeants' Union After Monthslong Feud

Four out of five police unions have reached a contract with the city.

Civic Center »

Hack Attack That Hit City Emails May Have Come from Russia: Sources

The hack may have been worse than first thought, sources said.

Financial District »

PHOTOS: City Hall Weddings Captured on 'Married in New York' Blog

Photographer Natasha Jahangir chronicles City Hall unions in "Married in New York."

Civic Center »

Hacker Attack Knocks Out City Government Email

The "universal" attack left all agencies unable to receive messages.