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Several officials said the proposal is moving too fast and want a six-month slowdown.

Upper East Side »

The M101 will see more midday service, while the M102 and M103 will see less under an MTA proposal.

New York City »

In a statement, the former mayor lauded Thompson's work with the community on the East Side.

Yorkville »

City Councilman Dan Garodnick created a tip sheet for tenants where two ACs have recently fallen.

Gramercy »

The eastern portion of the historic fence, which dates to 1847, requires a $5.5 million renovation.

Yorkville »

An A/C fell 20 stories from the Holmes Towers into a nursery school playground as kids played last week.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Brad Hoylman's potential run for Duane's seat could clear the way for Corey Johnson's City Council run.

Stuy Town »

Thompson, who lives in Stuyvesant Town, has launched a website to drum up support and donations.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

Christine Quinn wants the Related Companies to face public review before razing Ruppert Playground.

Murray Hill, Gramercy & Midtown East »

One-time Stuy Town suitor Guterman Westwood said it already offered a viable plan for tenant-owned units.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

Limiting the number of street vendors per block or requiring design guidelines for carts and trucks are among ideas being floated by CB 8 in tackling the growing number of street vendors.

Murray Hill, Gramercy & Midtown East »

The city took a major step Wednesday toward closing the gaping hole in the East River's greenway that has cut residents off from the waterfront between East 38th and 60th streets.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

Democrat Dan Quart defeated Repubican  Paul Niehaus in the race to fill the seat left by Jonathan Bing.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

A newsstand that residents had been fighting, planned for East 86th Street near Madison Avenue, was nixed by the city because it would have been too close to a standpipe.

Murray Hill, Gramercy & Midtown East »

While joggers, cyclists, dog walkers and other East Siders support a deal to give the UN a piece of a playground in exchange for opening the East River esplanade, the park's hockey players oppose it.