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Midtown »

Bloomberg and Kelly Look to the Past as they Welcome New Police Officers

Over 1,500 people graduated from the police academy during a ceremony at Madison Square Garden Friday.

Upper East Side »

Teen Cancer Survivors Celebrate High School Graduation at Sloan-Kettering

Dennis Walcott congratulated kids graduating from Memorial Sloan-Kettering's Schools program. 

East Village »

Mayor Recalls Life as a Skivvies-Clad New Grad in Cooper Union Speech

Mayor Michael Bloomberg gave the commencement speech to Cooper Union's graduating students. 

Upper East Side »

After Nearly Four Decades, Breast Cancer Survivor Graduates From College

Carol Berman will receive a psychology degree from Marymount Manhattan College with honors.

New York City »

Witness Who Helped Feds Bust Malcolm Smith Rents Private Island

Moses Stern spent two weeks vacationing with his family on a private $10,000-a-week Florida hideaway.

Red Hook »

Red Hook Youth Court Holds Graduation, Swearing-In Ceremonies

Members of the court, ages 14 to 18, hear cases involving fellow teenagers accused of minor offenses.

Union Square »

School for Children with Autism Graduates 21 Preschoolers

All 21 students will move on to attend kindergarten at public and private schools throughout New York.

Bushwick »

14-Y-O Shooting Victim in 'Grave Condition,' Possible Street 'Crew' Member

Akeal Christopher was shot in the head while walking from a graduation party Wednesday night, police say.

Lower East Side »

Graduation Ceremonies Mark Students' Success Across the City

Students celebrated the end of another academic year with graduation parties across the city.

New York City »

Graduation Rate Increases But Students Still Not College Ready, Data Show

More than 65 percent of city students who entered ninth grade in 2007 graduated by August 2011.

Greenwich Village & SoHo »

Justice Sonia Sotomayor to Give NYU Graduation Speech

Justice Sonia Sotomayor will give the NYU commencement speech on May 16 at Yankee Stadium.

Washington Heights & Inwood »

Pols Launch Series to Improve College-Readiness in Upper Manhattan

Elected officials met with parents, educators and community leaders to discuss achievement gap. 

Chelsea & Hell's Kitchen »

Brendan Lyons Brings Web Know-How to Hell's Kitchen High School

Brendan Lyons, from the High School of Graphic Communication Arts, is DNAinfo's Principal of the Week.

Harlem »

Father of Harlem Teen Killed In Parking Garage Fight Indicted

Andre Muller was indicted in the fight at a Bronx parking garage that led to the death of his son Isayah.

Manhattan »

Mayor Bristles at 'Constant Dissing' of City's Education System

Mayor Bloomberg shot back at criticism of the city's education system and his handling of it on "Meet the Press" Sunday.

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