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Great Kills »

The winner will serve until Dec. 31, 2016, according to the proclamation.

West Village »

The governor outlined "major steps" being taken to advance his "blueprint" to end AIDS by 2020.

Washington Heights »

Ydanis Rodriguez dedicated about 40 percent of his discretionary funds to programs for youth.

Great Kills »

Vincent Ignizio announced in May he would step down to run a non-profit.

Upper East Side »

Hunter College and P.S. 6 are among the schools to receive city funding.

Upper East Side »

The East River waterfront and the Roosevelt Island Public Library will receive funding.

Civic Center »

The mayor feared his second term would be doomed if crime rose and he did nothing, sources said.

Civic Center »

The governor's blueprint to end AIDS requires the city match the state's funding for it, activists said.

Greenwich Village »

As judges hear the case, a third major city newspaper has come out in favor of NYU's plan.

Midtown »

What did your neighborhood choose to invest its tax dollars in?

Eltingville »

Assemblyman Joe Borelli announced he's interested in running for the seat once it's vacated.

Washington Heights »

The Sanitation Department may reinstate twice-weekly street cleanings.

Upper West Side »

A group of students pushed for a block to be renamed after the iconic American artist. 

St. George »

The ferry will run an extra 12 morning trips as the city works to increase service to every 30 minutes.

Chelsea »

Officers observed Corey Johnson moving between multiple cars, NYPD said.