Irma Martinez was fired from her job for her pregnancy, according to a federal lawsuit.
The funding will allow the troop to serve 14 additional city shelter sites, officials said.
The children were beaten so badly that they bled to death from organ failure.
Whether you're working out or soaking up the sun, there's a pool to suit you opening Saturday.
All 53 of the city's free outdoor pools will feature free sunscreen dispensers this year.
Local historians believe the archeological dig underway in Gowanus needs to dig deeper for remains.
PS 398 is slated to open at the site, located in a severely overcrowded district, in 2019.
The DOT initially rejected a sign at the site, but "reanalyzed" that decision after demands from locals.
The DOT will lower the speed limit on three local streets to 20 miles per hour.
The new legislation would create Gender-Sexuality Alliances at each middle and high school in the city.
Build a robot, catch a balloon sculpting show or hit the museum at a discount.
A shrunken staff at Bellevue's renowned midwifery service means midwives can no longer offer 24/7 care.
The Excelsior Scholarship is now accepting applications from families earning up to $100,000 a year.
The change is meant to increase diversity across the city's schools, officials say in a new plan.
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