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Reporters 'Improperly' Excluded From Mayor-Union Meeting: Investigators

Reporters were told they could not attend the July meeting even though it was in a public school. 

Civic Center »

City Clears Top Mayoral Aide of Wrongdoing in Background Check Omission

City Hall announces no discipline for top aide who failed to disclose she lived with convicted killer.

Morningside Heights »

Dante de Blasio Tours Columbia University During College Search

The high school junior is just beginning his tour of local colleges and universities. 

Civic Center »

Bloomberg Administration Paid Record $1.5B Overtime in 2013

The record amount of overtime was more than double what was paid when Bloomberg took office.

Union Square »

Lawsuit Over Restaurant in Union Square Park Goes to Appeals Court

A community group is fighting the city's plan to open an eatery in Union Square Park.

Civic Center »

Bloomberg Administration Remains Mum on Plans to Preserve Its Emails

The city won't say whether emails from the NYPD, DOE and other agencies will be preserved for posterity.

Midtown »

Google Forced Bryant Park Corp to Hide Event Plans from Public, Critics Say

Companies including Google made organizers sign non-disclosure agreements, angering the community board.

Midtown »

Cops Tell Midtown Food Trucks to Hit the Road

A popular food truck spot on East 47th Street between Park and Madison avenues was cleared out by cops.

Midtown »

Jay-Z Set to Rock Fans from Ed Sullivan Theater Marquee

The July 8 concert will shut down a portion of Broadway during rush hour.

Brooklyn Heights »

Lights, Camera...Cut! Brooklyn Heights Residents Want Filming to Stop

Brooklyn Heights locals are tired of the constant filming in their quaint neighborhood.

Midtown East »

Suspicious Powder Sent to Manhattan Banks, Mayor's Office

Several packages containing white powder were sent to addresses around Manhattan.

Manhattan »

Elected Officals Rail Against Proposed Fire Company Closures

20 fire companies would be eliminated under the Mayor's preliminary 2013 budget.

Downtown »

City Nixes Ticker-Tape Parade for 9/11 Heroes

The NYPD told parade organizers that the city would not grant a permit for the parade, advocates said.

Downtown »

City Proposes Cutting Street Fairs and Raising Permit Fees

The city has quietly suggested increasing fees for events that take up the street or sidewalk.

Washington Heights & Inwood »

Inwood Couple Victim of Over 200 Prank 911 Calls

Mamadou and Assetou Sy, of the Dyckman Houses, were the victims of more than 200 prank 911 phone calls, according to the family and the Daily News .