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Cobble Hill »

Subway, bus and train service across the area are slowly returning to normal after Tuesday's storm. 

Chelsea »

The town hall will take place at the NYC Lab School for Collaborative Studies on West 17th Street.

Upper West Side »

Many were unimpressed by the blizzard that wasn't.

Flushing »

You could binge-watch Netflix. Or you could be a productive member of society. 

Midtown »

City schools will reopen Wednesday after closing for the snowstorm on Tuesday, de Blasio said.

Bed-Stuy »

The center will replace an abandoned police station near Ellery Street, a local councilman said.

Civic Center »

Forecasters had initially predicted up to 20 inches of snow would hit the city.

Crown Heights »

The Bergen Street facility will now house men 62 years and older, the community board and mayor said.

Civic Center »

A total of 45 pedestrians died this winter — 16 fewer than during the same time a year ago.

Midwood »

Friday's bomb threat was sent via text to the Jewish Association Services in Midwood, Brooklyn.

Bed-Stuy »

The mayor faced his first questions from the public about his plan for 90 new homeless shelters.

Willowbrook »

There were five bomb threats called in Tuesday morning at Jewish centers in New York, officials said.

Astoria »

There were 35 anti-Semitic incidents so far in 2017 compared to 18 during the same period a year ago.

Crown Heights »

The facilities are among the first of 90 new shelters the mayor plans to create citywide.

Elmhurst »

There are 40 hotels in use for homeless residents, but fewer total shelters than in other boroughs.