Opportunity Charter School sued the city for its decision to close its middle school.
Police said the driver had a blood alcohol level of .108, above the 0.08 limit.
The NYC LGBT Historic Sites Project launched a interactive map with 100 sites and is looking for more.
"A City Seen: Todd Webb’s Postwar New York, 1945-1960" is at the Museum of the City of New York.
Residents fumed over a proposal to relocate a sanitation garage from E. 99th Street to E. 127th Street.
The family issued a statement this week asking the public to "step forward" with any information.
Frolic among tulips, march for immigrants' rights or get a tattoo while you adopt a pet this weekend.
Abdus-Salaam's husband said reports that she committed suicide "have no basis in reality."
Michel Faulkner said Mayor Bill de Blasio has broken his promises.
The incident marks the most recent in a string of thefts of checks from street mailboxes.
Sgt. Jordan Castro of PSA 7 has written a novel called "Smoke and Mirrors: Police Dreams."
The suspect swiped Snow from a kennel as he was being prepped for neutering, an official said.
Doris Crawford, 71, and John Crawford, 80, were found dead inside their home at 1952 First Ave. Sunday.
Judge Sheila Abdus-Salaam's death this week sent shockwaves through the legal world.
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