Bill de Blasio

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Greenpoint »

The city's $100 million offer to owner Norman Brodsky expired Monday.

Washington Heights »

There's disagreement on whether neighborhood policing improves relationships between police, community.

Central Harlem »

The city is working with developers to renovate more than 500 affordable housing units in Harlem. 

Civic Center »

There were two more homicides in July compared to 2015 and two additional rapes, police said. 

Stapleton »

The project installed 358 new LED light fixtures at the development.

Midtown »

The city is offering screenings without an appointment at any of its eight STD clinics. 

Mott Haven »

The Riders Alliance launched their #FairFares subway tour Wednesday at 149th Street and Grand Concourse.

Williamsburg »

Department of Transportation Commissioner Polly Trottenberg declined to take sides in the L train feud.

Ditmars »

The Neighborhood Coordination Officers program has the same officers patrol the same sector each day.

Civic Center »

Chief of Department James O'Neill said he will continue Bill Bratton's plans for community policing.

Civic Center »

Bratton will leave in September and be replaced by NYPD Chief of Department James O'Neill.

Park Slope »

The Wall Street Journal has deemed them "uncool," but the mayor is still wearing them to his gym.

Cobble Hill »

DNAinfo New York first reported in May that Don Peebles felt he couldn't say no to the mayor's request.

Midtown »

More than 3 percent of city's 3rd to 8th graders did not take state proficiency exams, officials say. 

Ocean Hill »

The new home for Rescue Company 2 will include interior and roof space for mock rescues, the FDNY said.