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The Council speaker also called for reforms to the criminal justice system, including Rikers Island.

Melrose »

"I can't go back to the can," he told a woman before shooting himself, sources said.

Bedford Park »

Several of the mayor's proposals are expected to benefit the boroughs where "everyday people" live.

Far Rockaway »

The money will help renovate a recreation center and a long-vacant shopping center, the mayor said.

Baychester »

Admission to the specialized high schools would be based on schoolwork rather than tests.

East Harlem »

The council speaker is also calling for legal representation for a broader range of issues.

Rockaway Beach »

There are also plans to expand service to Coney Island and Stapleton on Staten Island.

Rockaway Beach »

Mayor de Blasio announced the expansion of ferry service to include many new areas of the city.

New York City »

Housing in areas of East New York, Long Island City, Flushing West will require affordable housing.

Civic Center »

State Senate co-leader Dean Skelos said Mayor Bill de Blasio's plan would not come to vote in Albany.

Long Island City »

The mayor promoted universal pre-K, affordable housing, and a living wage in his speech.

Downtown Brooklyn »

Mayor Bloomberg delivered his final State of the City address at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn.

Great Kills & Tottenville »

Mayor Bloomberg announced the pilot program to compost food waste.

New York City »

President Barack Obama took a page from Mayor Bloomberg in his State of the Union speech.

New York City »

Mayor Bloomberg wants to expand the city's recycling efforts, which lag far behind many other cities.