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NYC Safe launched in August to provide care to violence-prone people with untreated mental illness.

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Good government groups say more public input should have been sought on the increased raises.

Central Harlem »

New units are double the price of what tenants paid before the renovation

St. George »

The mayor said he's willing to make phone calls or knock on doors to help Clinton win.

West Brighton »

The mayor, who dropped the furry prognosticator during his first year, will miss this year's ceremony.

St. George »

Mayor Bill de Blasio said the new ferry boat will set sail in 2019.

Upper West Side »

De Blasio spoke in front of a crowd of hundreds at the Lincoln Square Neighborhood Association.

Civic Center »

Both questioned the affordability of the units being built or preserved.

Civic Center »

The mayor and his wife are scheduled to leave Friday and return Tuesday.

Civic Center »

The mayor asked for permanent control of schools and fought against the idea of a city property tax cap.

Lower East Side »

The mayor says his predecessor isn't focused on income inequality, the top issue facing Americans.

Jackson Heights »

Mayor de Blasio vowed that Queens streets would be cleaner Tuesday morning.

Long Island City »

The budget includes more than $200 million for four new schools in the area, Van Bramer said.

Woodside »

The mayor said hundreds of pieces of equipment were on their way to Queens on Sunday.

Fort Greene »

The city is dedicating $159 million to help beef up budgets at some city schools.