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Midtown »

Uber Could Take $500M Bite Out of City's Taxi Medallion Income

The presence of Uber and other new taxi services is taking a toll on medallion revenue.

Castleton Corners »

City to Pay $25K to 8-Year-Old Who Broke Leg Sledding in Staten Island Park

The boy was injured when he crashed his sled into a bale of hay at the foot of a hill.

Upper West Side »

Controversial UWS Homeless Shelters' Five-Year Contract Rejected

A pair of homeless shelters planned for West 95th Street were rejected by City Comptroller Liu. 

New Dorp & South Beach »

Potholed Streets Make Staten Island Most Damage Prone Borough in City

Staten Island had the highest ratio of property-damage claims against the city in fiscal year 2011.

New York City »

Domenic Recchia Abandons Plans to Run for Comptroller

City Councilman Domenic Recchia has abandoned his plans to run for comptroller.

Stuy Town »

CB6 Chair Mark Thompson Launches Campaign for City Council

Thompson, who lives in Stuyvesant Town, has launched a website to drum up support and donations.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

Dan Garodnick Raises More Than $1M For Potential Comptroller Race

East Side City Councilman Dan Garodnick raised more than $1 million toward a citywide campaign.

Manhattan »

John Liu's Fundraising Slows Amid Federal Probe

City Comptroller John Liu has raised more than half a million dollars over the past six months.

Manhattan »

Mayor Bloomberg and John Liu Get Chummy Despite Prickly Past

Mayor Michael Bloomberg and City Comptroller John Liu appear to have buried the hatchet in recent weeks.

Murray Hill, Gramercy & Midtown East »

Water Club May Have Stiffed the City on Rent, Audit Says

City Comptroller's audit says cash is vanishing at the Water Club, an elegant restaurant on city-owned property.