Gov. Andrew Cuomo will announce next Tuesday how much education funding the city will lose.
The December blizzard that wreaked havoc on New York will also slammed the city's finances.
The Port Authority unanimously passed a $7.2 billion budget for 2011 on Tuesday.
The City Council is pushing back on new cuts to senior, youth and children's services.
The New York City Off-Track Betting Corporation says it will shutter its doors if it does not obtain emergency funding.
Good Shepherd School alum, parents and parishioners are working on a proposal to keep the school open.
New Yorkers share ideas for a new online suggestion box.
The Manhattan program, which has been criticized as ineffective, is the nation's only dirty bomb detection system.
Paterson called for the extraordinary session to pass the final part of the state budget, which is now 119 days overdue.
With budget pressures mounting, Mayor Michael Bloomberg says he won't 'rule out anything.'
The board says it doesn't have the cash to run both the primaries and general.
The bill says that leaving stations unattended "encourages our enemies to exploit a perceived 'weak link.'"
A poll finds that Mayor Michael Bloomberg has emerged relatively unscathed in the public eye from his service-slashing 2011 budget.
The vote comes a day after the State Legislature took a giant leap toward passing its own budget.
Gov. David Paterson told a radio show he regrets dropping out of the governor's race months ago.
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