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Khari Noerdlinger fatally stabbed a man in New Jersey on Sunday night, according to prosecutors.

Upper West Side »

Converting an historic building for use by the horse carriage industry is a "non-starter," locals said. 

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If your neighbor didn't clean his sidewalk by 11 a.m. Monday, he can be fined up to $350.

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City officials have not selected a site for the proposed Central Park stable.

Cobble Hill »

City Hall has been directly involved in LICH redevelopment discussions since December.

Chelsea »

Officials want a ferry route that makes stops on the Hudson River between Lower Manhattan and Inwood.

Midtown »

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

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Outspoken leaders of city's largest police union received 70 percent of his 23,000 member tally.

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A new report found that many of the city's construction sites are unsafe. 

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Ex-City Hall spokeswoman Julie Wood violated rules after going to work at Kickstarter, a board ruled.

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The firebrand PBA boss should have been more conciliatory with the mayor, his would-be replacements say.

Jackson Heights »

Assemblyman Michael DenDekker requested the comptroller's office audit Vision Zero 

Flushing »

The city launched its much-anticipated municipal ID card program Monday.

Civic Center »

School trays, some of which are made out of styrofoam, will also be switched to compostable material.

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Mayor de Blasio invited some of the protests' organizers to meet with him on Friday morning.