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Engine Company 261 was shuttered under Mayor Michael Bloomberg in 2003.

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The DOT initially rejected a sign at the site, but "reanalyzed" that decision after demands from locals.

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The City Council funds will be used to restore the infantryman statue and plaza area.

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The library, which was originally supposed to open in 2014, is now expected to open in 2018.

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A cyclist was killed and another seriously injured at 43rd Avenue and 39th Street this month.

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Officials, cultural groups and artists like the Talking Heads singer will rally at noon Monday.

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Councilman Van Bramer received a report about a man who was targeted by scammers posing as ICE agents.

Bed-Stuy »

No Brooklyn council member has been speaker. That could change this year.

Sunnyside »

Capt. Ralph Forgione will take questions Thursday at Sunnyside Community Services at 6 p.m.

Astoria »

Residents say they plan to fight the New York School of Urban Ministry to stay in their homes.

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The event will take place Wednesday and will include self-defense and de-escalation training.

Long Island City »

The email condemned the lawmaker's "homosexual lifestyle" and called him a "f---ing traitor."

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The march will "remind Trump that he may have been raised in Queens, but he does not share our values."

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The 4,000-pound bronze work was installed over the weekend at the corner of Jackson and 43rd avenues.

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The new program will be housed on the first two floors of an office building at 27-35 Jackson Ave.