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The state DOT will study the West Side Highway from the Battery to West 72nd Street, officials said.

Midtown East »

The city voted Tuesday to landmark the Rose Main Reading Room and the Bill Blass Public Catalog Room.

Civic Center »

Elected officials said they would ride the rails Thursday and Friday, but weren't sure when.

Union Square »

State Senator Brad Hoylman is pushing for electric buses during the 15-month shutdown. 

Midtown East »

After a $15 million renovation, politicians are calling the LPC to landmark two library study rooms.

Long Island City »

Shaun Dougherty is pushing for a bill to lift the statute of limitations on sex crimes against children.

Greenwich Village »

The NYPD is investigating the incident, a spokesman said.

Greenwich Village »

Swastikas were found in State Sen. Brad Hoylman's Greenwich Village apartment building.

Greenwich Village »

Trump's win seems to have spurred anti-Semitism, but advocates also worry about left-wing violence.

Greenwich Village »

Gina Zuckerman, 90, also received a proclamation from state Sen. Brad Hoylman.

Upper West Side »

The Department of Education presented more details on the latest plan, which were met with frustration. 

Upper West Side »

Lincoln Towers residents on Saturday protested a new plan by the city to change school zoning lines.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Elected officials asked the Port Authority to end its contest seeking designs for a new bus terminal.

West Village »

A letter spearheaded by state Sen. Brad Hoylman asks the landlords to save the bookstore's future.

Chelsea »

Some have proposed turning 14th Street into a corridor for buses and bikes during the L train shutdown.