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New York City »

All 2,300 licensed child care centers in the city will have to post their performance information.

Downtown Brooklyn »

The Department of Transportation is limiting a left turn from the Manhattan Bridge onto Concord Street.

Fort Greene »

A youth league had to pool its own money to pay for makeshift field lights and a generator to run them.

Fort Greene »

Chuck E. Cheese's at Atlantic Terminal wants the liquor license to appeal to millennial parents.

Jackson Heights »

The event will teach the public how best to protect themselves, organizers said.

Times Square & Theater District »

Times Square will have close to 6,000 officers on New Year's Eve, officials said.

Bed-Stuy »

Individuals feeling threatened can receive assistance at local shops that receive training from police.

Flatiron »

The 13th Precinct and Community Board 5 will hear safety concerns at a community meeting on Tuesday.

Downtown Brooklyn »

Adams met with NYPD officials and representatives for almost two dozen local venues Friday afternoon.

Central Harlem »

More than 200 people turned up to show support for the growing LGBT community in Harlem. 

Upper East Side »

The park's auxiliary unit commander wants to increase its membership from 30 to 100, he said.

Upper East Side »

A series of traffic improvements are slated for intersections along Third and Second avenues, DOT said.

Midtown »

Two types of new safety devices were installed on six MTA buses this week, the agency said. 

Upper East Side »

The council will consider opposing NYPD's plan to eliminate the Schools Unit at the 19th Precinct.

Upper East Side »

NYPD enforcement on bikes has increased 52 percent while collisions are down 18 percent, officials say.