Morningside Heights »

Protesters Soften Tone and Hold Candlelight Vigil After NYPD Deaths

A group that had planned to protest police brutality instead mourned the two officers who were shot.

Bed-Stuy »

'Blood on the Hands' of Mayor in Officers' Deaths, Police Union Boss Says

PBA head Pat Lynch said the mayor and the protesters have "blood on their hands."

Midtown »

What Happened in New York This Week: 10 Stories You Need to Read

From another tale of Bill de Blasio lateness to Brooklyn hip-hop star Bobby Shmurda's arrest. 

Financial District »

Cuba Decision Gives Fraunces Tavern Bombing Victim's Son Hope for Justice

Joseph Connor hopes William Morales will be extradited from Cuba for the bombing that killed his father.

Civic Center »

Chirlane McCray Appoints New Chief of Staff, Deputy to Replace Noerdlinger

Roxanne John and Jackie Bray will join Chirlane McCray's staff after Rachel Noerdlinger stepped down.

Civic Center »

City Council Votes to Ban Sale of Rabbits at Pet Shops

Council members and animal advocates said many city rabbits end up being abandoned.

Jamaica »

Queens Library Fires Its Boss After Reviewing His Spending

The board of trustees voted to oust the library's CEO, Thomas Galante.

Greenwich Village »

NYPD Precincts Across City Cancel Their Holiday Parties Amid Protests

At least two-thirds of the city's precincts have canceled their holiday parties, a source said.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

New Yorkers Light Up to Celebrate Eased Relations With Cuba

The United States will have full diplomatic relations with Cuba and ease travel restrictions. 

Greenwich Village »

NYU Picks 9/11 Museum Architect to Design New Building in Village

NYU announced the architects who will design the first part of the university's Village expansion plan.

Red Hook »

City and State Commit $100M to Red Hook Flood Protection System

Officials called for a "Request for Proposals" to study and design the system.

Civic Center »

Bill de Blasio Met With Eric Garner Protesters

Mayor de Blasio invited some of the protests' organizers to meet with him on Friday morning.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

FDNY to Respond to Record Number of Emergency Calls in 2014: Officials

Firefighters and EMS workers are projected to respond to more than 1.6 million calls this year. 

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