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Harlem »

Four New York City Councilmembers are experimenting with participatory budgeting, or letting residents have a say in how capital funds are spent in their neighborhoods.

Manhattan »

The Mayor's Budget Office has informed all city agencies that they must slash another 2 percent from their budgets this year and 6 percent in 2013.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

The Second Avenue subway hit a milestone on Thursday when a tunnel boring machine reached the Lexington Avenue-63rd Street station to complete the Phase 1 tunnel.

Chelsea & Hell's Kitchen »

A recent report found that Chelsea has the most affordable rooms in Manhattan.  

Manhattan »

More than 1,600 new police recruits - the largest class since 2006 - took the oath of office in Brooklyn Wednesday.

Manhattan »

After a a 15-hour delay, the Council voted 49-1 in favor of the plan, which saves teachers' jobs, but eliminates others.

Manhattan »

The City Council will now vote on the austere 2012 budget and its deep cuts Wednesday morning.

Manhattan »

The City Council was originally supposed to vote at 8 p.m, Tuesday. Now, the hour of the vote is unknown.

Manhattan »

About 1,000 city workers will still be laid off under the budget plan, set to be approved by the City Council Tuesday.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

The Upper East Side icon will raise the optional admission charge to $25 on July 1 because of "budgetary challenges."

Manhattan »

Chancellor Dennis Walcott said again Wednesday that over 6,000 teaching jobs are on the chopping block.

Manhattan »

78 percent of Manhattan public school parents polled said they don't like the way Mayor Bloomberg is handling city schools.

Downtown »

The mayor's executive budget for the coming year includes the elimination of more than 6,000 teachers.

Midtown & Theater District »

The MTA is hoping the sale of its Madison Avenue headquarters will add at least $150 million to its coffers.

Manhattan »

Mayor Michael Bloomberg says he isn't running for office, but he's registered with the State Board of Elections anyway.