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Mott Haven »

T-Mobile will provide the families with tablets, and the city will pay for the internet service.

Bushwick »

The city's Homeless Services got several emails before two girls were killed by a faulty radiator.

Upper West Side »

The Mayor's staff initially said there wasn't enough room inside, but changed their stance.

West Harlem »

The state planned to relocate the deer to upstate New York.

West Harlem »

The city wants to euthanize the deer, but the state wants to save it.

Civic Center »

The legislation would clamp down on nonprofits like Mayor Bill de Blasio's Campaign for One New York.

Civic Center »

The violation is one of nine expenditures during the mayor's 2013 campaign for which he was fined.

Civic Center »

The separate grand juries are the latest moves in federal and state investigations into his campaign.

Financial District »

MTA Chairman and CEO Tom Prendergast said he is still aiming to open the new stations by Dec. 31.

Gramercy »

The mayor did not disclose that the monitor was ordered by the state.

Gramercy »

The mayor said he doesn't know if the first phase of the new line will open on time.

Gramercy »

The mayor says he has not been called to testify before a grand jury.

Great Kills »

The city's new public safety ads promote the use of naloxone, a drug that reverses opioid overdoses 

Belmont »

The man threatened an employee who tried to stop him from microwaving personal food.