Hunts Point »

Councilman Rafael Salamanca discussed his proposals on Friday outside the building where two girls died.

Bed-Stuy »

Richard Flateau will take over as chairman of Brooklyn's Community Board 3.

Stapleton »

Democrat Kamillah Hanks created an election committee for a potential City Council run next year.

Financial District »

In a last-minute move, the agency that handles all of the city's contracts put a hold on relocation.

Union Square »

More than 7,200 New Yorkers say they'll march through Midtown on Jan. 21.

Bushwick »

Nonprofit Bushwick Economic Development Corp. was accused of extortion and bribing city workers.

Rockaway Beach »

Dayton Beach Park Co-Op said the board members paid back the cost of the items through maintenance fees.

Upper East Side »

Two members of the electoral college say they won't be casting their for President-elect Donald Trump.

Hunts Point »

The mayor dismissed the radiator malfunction that killed two young girls as a "freak accident."

New Dorp »

City Hall announced it will no longer keep cardholder's documents.

Financial District »

The Mayor's Office of Contract Services is planning to take up 35,000 square feet inside 28 Liberty.

Midtown »

The city asked for $35 million to pay back Trump's security costs. Congress offered $7 million.

Lower East Side »

The Council approved the legislation, which is now awaiting the mayor's signature.

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