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Thomas DiNapoli

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Lower East Side »

A worker got a penthouse apartment in Knickerbocker Village without proper documentation, auditors said.

Greenwich Village »

A state audit found the MTA's removal of trash cans only increased the amount of litter in stations.

Westerleigh »

Gingerbread Learning Center claimed ineligible expenses for liquor and bonuses it didn't pay to staff.

Midtown »

State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli called on the city and state to contribute more to funding the MTA. 

Washington Heights »

While Washington Heights and Inwood have seen an influx of new jobs, not all residents have benefited.

Upper West Side »

Lawyers, investigators and long-lost family members are searching for the ex-Upper West Sider.

Flushing »

Cheon Park used millions of dollars meant for special needs students to buy furniture and cosmetics.

Financial District »

The MTA project is expected to be completed more than nine years after the initial contract goal. 

Far Rockaway »

Four men who worked with the Island Child Development Center in Far Rockaway allegedly stole millions.

Flushing »

Cheon Park, who runs Bilingual SEIT and Preschool, pleaded guilty to mail fraud.

Concourse »

The Bronx weathered the recession well, but its jobless rate remains the state's highest.

Midtown »

The state comptroller said the MTA worked with Apple for more than a year before the RFP was issued.

Manhattan »

As the agency proposes huge toll and fare hikes, it lets "overtime flow like water."

Manhattan »

The cost and frequency of subway diversions has ballooned in recent years, all while riders are kept in the dark, a joint city-state audit found.

Manhattan »

President Barack Obama was quick on his feet after bungling the name of New York State Comptroller Tom DiNapoli.