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Incoming Schools Chancellor Dennis Walcott Begins Day by Walking to School

Newly appointed Schools Chancellor Dennis Walcott began his first day on the job by walking his grandson to school.

Upper West Side & Morningside Heights »

Money Problems Force New York City Opera to Delay Announcing Next Season's Lineup

Tough financial times has the New York City Opera taking a closer look at its business model.

Manhattan »

Looming Government Shutdown Threatens to Cost New York Millions

If a budget deal isn't reached by Friday night, the national government will start shutting down.

Manhattan »

Top 5 Looks for Spring in Manhattan

Vibrant colored accessories, espadrilles, and maxi-skirts are some of the top five must-have trends for spring.

Manhattan »

Senior Centers Saved By State, But Concerns Over Funding Remain

The state budget will keep 26 city senior centers that had been marked for closure afloat.

Manhattan »

Albany Passes Historic On-Time Budget Amid Protests

The state budget was passed in the early morning hours Thursday despite opposition from protesters.

Manhattan »

Mayor Changes Tune on State Budget

Mayor Michael Bloomberg previously blasted state cuts to the city's budget as "an outrage."

Manhattan »

Mayor Says State Budget Cuts Are 'An Outrage'

State lawmakers announced that they had reached a tentative budget agreement Sunday.

Manhattan »

Governor and Lawmakers Reach Agreement on Budget

The approximately $132.5 billion budget is expected to reduce spending for 2011-2012 by two percent.

Manhattan »

Bloomberg Tries to Repair Reputation With Campaign-Style Ad

The self-financed ad is intended to counter-balance attack ads by the teachers' union and other critics.

Manhattan »

Budget Cuts Could Shrink NYPD, FDNY to Lowest Level in Decade

A new analysis of the mayor's preliminary budget also says that homeless shelter costs could soar.

Manhattan »

State Senate, Assembly Prepare to Pass Conflicting Budget Plans

The state Senate and Assembly versions both include restoring some spending cuts proposed by Andrew Cuomo.

Manhattan »

State Cuts Would Force Thousands Into Homeless Shelters, Mayor Says

Mayor Bloomberg said the city may need to build 70 new homeless shelters to make up for cuts to state aid.

Manhattan »

City Agencies Have Two Weeks to Make $600 Million in New Cuts

City agencies were informed Wed. that they must find ways to cut their spending by at least another 2 percent.

East Village & Lower East Side »

Lower East Side Senior Centers at Risk Under Budget Proposal

Special programs like translation services and kosher meals are at risk unless funding is restored, local officials said.

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