Bill de Blasio

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Bushwick »

The Office of Nightlife will be up and running in 60 days, the mayor announced Tuesday.

Williamsburg »

The city said it would support a repeal of the controversial cabaret law. 

East Elmhurst »

"I'm not impressed with him, but he deserves another chance," one voter said. 

Civic Center »

The committee will develop guidelines on how to deal with controversial monuments, the mayor said.

Midtown »

The Department of Justice will reimburse the city for protecting the president after the election. 

Civic Center »

The suspect, James Casey, previously attacked officers in a Bronx jail in May 2016, officials said.

Crown Heights »

Arrests linked to the pre-carnival celebration dropped to seven this year from 12 in 2016, police said.

Civic Center »

Tackling segregation, pre-K expansion and single-stall bathrooms for trans students are on the agenda.

Columbus Circle »

The proposal comes from David Eisenbach, a history professor and candidate for public advocate.

Crown Heights »

"Security is trying to keep it more tame, but I still look forward to it every year," one attendee said.

Astoria »

The vandalism follows a debate over whether the city should remove statues of controversial figures.

Greenpoint »

The city is accepting proposals to transform the 146,100-square-foot complex into affordable housing.

Astoria »

The route connects Astoria, Roosevelt Island, Long Island City, 34th Street and Wall Street.

Columbus Circle »

Amid an uproar from Italian-Americans, Mayor Bill de Blasio says he understands pride for the landmark.

East Harlem »

The statue has stood at the corner of 103rd Street and Fifth Avenue since 1934.