The number of people in city jail facilities dropped from 11,478 at the end of 2013 to 9,362 in 2017.
Hear a discussion on Arturo Vega and the Ramones or catch a free screening of "Love Story."
Learn to line dance, stock up on vegan treats or attend a Wikipedia edit-a-thon.
The men's shelter on Bergen Street is scheduled to open next week.
Catch a kid-friendly concert, enjoy an afternoon tea social or take a nighttime tour of a historic home.
The event addressing the citywide hate crime spike invites residents to share their concerns.
Cory Provost says criminal justice reform and educational development are at the top of his list.
Rep. Dan Donovan wrote he won't vote for the American Health Care Act on Thursday.
Councilman Ydanis Rodriguez announced that he will support landmarking, after opposing it previously.
The EPA is scheduled to start dredging toxic sludge out of the canal in 2018, but cuts could delay that.
The Campaign Finance Board has launched a design contest in advance of the 2017 election season.
Two block associations and more than 30 residents are listed on an injunction petition filed Tuesday.
Residents can vote on which projects will get $1 million of the city's money starting March 25.
Mayor Bill de Blasio on Tuesday said Rikers Island is squarely the responsibility of the city.
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