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Civic Center »

Ten new cultural institutions are among the 38 offering free memberships to IDNYC cardholders.

Civic Center »

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

Midtown »

The city asked for $35 million to pay back Trump's security costs. Congress offered $7 million.

Midtown »

Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito and Councilman Dan Garodnick started the petition.

West Village »

The memorial honors the thousands of New Yorkers killed by AIDS, and was five years in the making.

East Harlem »

The star relief pitcher was arrested in New Jersey earlier this week.

Inwood »

Gov. Cuomo's campaign will increase screening hours at select hospitals and eliminate mammogram fees.

East Harlem »

A former African burial ground is slated to become affordable housing. 

East Elmhurst »

Critics say the stun guns will only escalate violence on Rikers Island.

Lower East Side »

The Sept. 29 hearing will examine legislation providing more oversight of changes to deed restrictions.

Mott Haven »

One park in each borough will receive $30 million for improvements such as new hiking trails.

Astoria »

Future budgets will start with an automatic $43 million for the city's library systems, officials said.

Port Morris »

The 132nd Street pier draws visitors looking to paint and fish despite its extremely damaged condition.

Civic Center »

The bill will mandate certain city buildings have comfortable, private rooms for moms to express milk.

Washington Heights »

There's disagreement on whether neighborhood policing improves relationships between police, community.