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Charleston »

Mayor Bill de Blasio announced he had no intention to open a jail on Staten Island as part of the plans.

East Elmhurst »

A yearlong study on Rikers Island argues for the complex to be closed and razed to the ground.

Elmhurst »

"We must close the jail complex on Rikers Island. Period," the independent commission wrote.

Williamsburg »

The city says it's identified two mohels responsible for infecting babies with herpes.

Civic Center »

The Conflict of Interest Board said de Blasio's legal defense fundraising plan is limited by law.

Long Island City »

The Jails to Jobs initiative is expected to be in place at the end of the year, Mayor de Blasio said.

Yorkville »

The woman has been spitting, screaming at and chasing people for years, residents said. 

Downtown Brooklyn »

The installation will be on display from Oct. 12 to Feb. 11.

St. George »

The mayor will work out of Staten Island Borough Hall in April as part of "City Hall in Your Borough."

University Heights »

The funeral for slain EMT Yadira Arroyo took place on Saturday at St. Nicholas of Tolentine Church.

Midtown »

The number of people in city jail facilities dropped from 11,478 at the end of 2013 to 9,362 in 2017.

Civic Center »

De Blasio's team tried to claim his agents were not subject to Freedom of Information requests.   

Downtown Brooklyn »

So far, 25 pedestrians have been killed in 2016, down 4 from the same period a year ago, data shows.

Chelsea »

There were 22 hate crimes reported in subways as of Feb. 28, compared to 5 during that time last year.

Downtown Brooklyn »

Mayor Bill de Blasio on Tuesday said Rikers Island is squarely the responsibility of the city.