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Cobble Hill »

Cobble Hill Association will present the more than 2,000 signatures to City Hall Wedesday morning.

Belmont »

The Belmont BID originally said they would not be able to light the tree due to a homelessness problem.

Civic Center »

The groups, who normally support the mayor, protested the plan on the steps of City Hall.

College Point »

A threat to city schools was quickly deemed a hoax by the NYPD on Tuesday morning.

East Harlem »

After the NYPD crackdown on 125th St., the area's homeless population moved down the block, locals say.

East New York »

The City Planning Commission has a hearing on the plans Wednesday before a vote in February.

Bed-Stuy »

The middle schools and a high school are slated for closure.

Downtown Brooklyn »

The presidential candidate is expected to address the conference on Tuesday via video conference.

Civic Center »

The city is extending free enrollment for its municipal ID program into 2016.

High Bridge »

Assemblyman Michael Blake says there is no conflict of interest in holding his post while consulting.

Civic Center »

Mayor says the response is good when he speaks to individuals about the plan.

Civic Center »

City Hall says the mayor recently developed the condition.

Midtown »

The NYPD is creating an interactive database to share information about crime in public housing.

Eltingville »

Mayor Bill de Blasio and elected officials announced that about 190 pharmacies will sell naloxone.