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Newly appointed Schools Chancellor Dennis Walcott began his first day on the job by walking his grandson to school.

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Tough financial times has the New York City Opera taking a closer look at its business model.

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If a budget deal isn't reached by Friday night, the national government will start shutting down.

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Vibrant colored accessories, espadrilles, and maxi-skirts are some of the top five must-have trends for spring.

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The state budget will keep 26 city senior centers that had been marked for closure afloat.

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The state budget was passed in the early morning hours Thursday despite opposition from protesters.

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Mayor Michael Bloomberg previously blasted state cuts to the city's budget as "an outrage."

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State lawmakers announced that they had reached a tentative budget agreement Sunday.

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The approximately $132.5 billion budget is expected to reduce spending for 2011-2012 by two percent.

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The self-financed ad is intended to counter-balance attack ads by the teachers' union and other critics.

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A new analysis of the mayor's preliminary budget also says that homeless shelter costs could soar.

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The state Senate and Assembly versions both include restoring some spending cuts proposed by Andrew Cuomo.

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Mayor Bloomberg said the city may need to build 70 new homeless shelters to make up for cuts to state aid.

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City agencies were informed Wed. that they must find ways to cut their spending by at least another 2 percent.

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Special programs like translation services and kosher meals are at risk unless funding is restored, local officials said.