A disaster training exercise Thursday simulated a bombing that sent hundreds of kids to city hospitals.
The city added 69 more schools for a total of 215 schools with health and social support services.
Foreign-based real estate investments have been blamed for inflating the price of some city apartments.
Six firefighters and one civilian were hurt in the blaze on 61st Street Friday afternoon.
The acting-DA racked up a $16,000 tax debt that resulted in a lien being filed against him.
Options include roller disco, a game night and an all-night dance party.
District 39 residents can vote until April 2 on how to spend more than $1.5 million on local projects.
There's more than one reason you have to pester schools' parent coordinators.
The burglar had hit up a colorectal surgeon's office next door the night before, police say.
This spring's wild weather has not affected the famous blooms much, the Brooklyn Botanic Gardens says.
In the interest of keeping the city stylish, we present a guide to keeping your shoes spiffy.
There have been six cases of infant herpes linked to Orthodox Jewish circumcision ceremonies since 2015.
Friday's bomb threat was sent via text to the Jewish Association Services in Midwood, Brooklyn.
He rode up to the Midwood synagogue and started picking through coats hanging inside, police said.
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