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Legislators have moved forward with plans to legalize casino gambling through a constitutional amendment.

South Bronx »

Councilwoman Melissa Mark-Viverito set aside money for projects suggested and selected by the community.

Upper West Side & Morningside Heights »

The Manhattan Borough President delivered his State of the Borough address Thursday night.

Manhattan »

Mayor Michael Bloomberg will present his budget plan for the coming fiscal year Thursday.

Manhattan »

Gov. Andrew Cuomo threatened to withhold schools funding without teacher evaluation systems.

Manhattan »

The Independent Budget Office says the city's latest budget projections may be too pessimistic.

Midtown & Theater District »

The city has 7,000 new hotel rooms in the pipeline. But will enough visitors come to keep them full?

Manhattan »

The city's latest budget revision includes 250 additional layoffs by the end of June, as the city continues to tighten its fiscal belt.

Washington Heights & Inwood »

Community Board 12 is asking for the public's input on the city's 2012 capital and expense budget for Inwood and Washington Heights.

Manhattan »

City Council members said Tuesday that the largest round of layoffs since the mayor took office could have been prevented.

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.