Bloomberg Updates New Yorkers On Bus Strike

The following are Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg’s remarks as delivered at City Hall today: “On buses, let me talk a little bit about what’s going...

No Mercy On The Kids: Union President Says NYC School Bus Strike Will Go...

The union president says school bus drivers and matrons will remain on strike until New York City agrees to put a job security clause...

Poll: Quinn Leads NYC Democratic Mayoral Pack

A new poll finds New York City Council Speaker Christine Quinn has a big lead in a Democratic primary for mayor. The Quinnipiac University poll...

Bloomberg Discusses Obama’s Gun Plan

The following are Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg’s remarks as delivered at City Hall this afternoon: “Well good afternoon, everyone. I just wanted to take a...

Greenfield Demands DOE Immediately Pay Special Education Providers

Councilman David G. Greenfield is blasting the New York City Department of Education for its failure to pay hundreds of employees for special education...

NYC Council Hearing Examines Sandy Preparedness, Response

Hurricane Sandy is on the agenda as the City Council examines the city's performance before and after the storm. Officials from the mayor's office,...

Brooklyn Libraries Striding Toward The Future With New Technology

The Brooklyn Public Library is making itself more user-friendly while also taking a step into the future. With the help of a $3.25 million grant...

NYPD Commish Kelly’s Remarks At The 2013 Clinton Health Matters Conference

Thank You. I want to thank the Clinton foundation for inviting me. Of course I want to thank President Clinton for his tireless efforts...

Brooklyn: Big Fundraising Start For DA Challengers

Brooklyn district attorney Charles Hynes got off to a slow fundraising start in his 2013 re-election bid, but two challengers including Kenneth Thompson reported...

NYC: Dozens Of Mobsters Rounded Up In Extortion Probe

Dozens of organized crime figures from the New York area were arrested Wednesday following an investigation of extortion of local garbage haulers, a federal...

Manhattan: Lenox Hill Hospital to Stop Providing Paramedic Services

Citing financial concerns, one of the city's most prestigious hospitals will stop providing the 911 system with paramedics next month, officials said. Administrators at Lenox...

NYC: Wintry Mix to Create Messy Morning Commute

A wintry mix of rain and snow is expected to continue overnight into Wednesday morning, making the morning commute messy for many. New York City...

NYC, Parents Prepare For School-Bus Strike

A school bus strike that would leave 152,000 New York City children scrambling to get to school was nearing, as parents tried to find...

NY Officials Say Flu Vaccine Still Available

State health officials say flu vaccine is still available for New Yorkers who want to get a flu shot, though there may be some...

Manhattan: One Person Killed By Train; Second Person Injured [UPDATED 6:15PM EST]

One New York man was killed and another seriously injured in separate incidents just minutes apart at a Manhattan station during Tuesday's rush-hour,...

NYC: Light Rain/Wintry Mix Expected Late Tonight Through Tomorrow Afternoon

SYNOPSIS The NYC area will experience a mix of rain, sleet, and snow before changing to rain by the Wednesday morning commute with temperatures remaining...

Gov Cuomo Annouces Nomination For Court Of Appeals

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today nominated Jenny Rivera, Professor at the City University of New York School of Law, to serve on the New...

Cuomo Signs Toughest Gun Laws In Nation

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today signed into law the NY SAFE Act (Secure Ammunition and Firearms Enforcement Act) that will give New York State...

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