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The de Blasio administration has tried to harness social media to reach New Yorkers directly.

Long Island City »

Snowy's owner was found a few hours later after the NYPD's 108th Precinct tweeted his photo.

Park Slope »

A terrified neighbor called 911 after discovering the pet snake on the stairs outside her apartment.

South Beach »

The photos showed several seals sunning themselves on offshore rocks near Staten Island.

East Village »

Small business owners say their social media efforts are yielding new customers and more sales. 

Park Slope »

City Councilman Brad Lander is using Twitter to get ideas for participatory budgeting suggestions.

TriBeCa »

The popular pop-singer's new song "Welcome to New York" was released on Tuesday.

Midtown »

The city is asking for feedback from small business owners to see how it can better serve them.

Greenwich Village »

Win a pair of $50 tickets to Taste of the Village by posting photos of the top dishes at local eateries.

East Harlem »

An NYPD deputy said officials "will make mistakes" along the way, but will continue to use social media.

Forest Hills »

Deputy Commissioner Zachary Tumin said a strong social media presence is a "must-have tool" for police.

Civic Center »

Dozens of agencies changed their social media profiles for Pride Week following de Blasio's request.

Washington Heights »

Deputy Inspector Fausto Pichardo will tweet about crime and safety in Spanish and English.

East Harlem »

The 25th Precinct is one of five in the city to use Twitter under a trial program.