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After two years of celebrating virtually, the 16th annual Dance Parade returned to in-person festivities this year.
If you've ever wanted to sit under the stars amidst the glass towers of Midtown and shout, "I know it was you, Fredo. You broke my heart. You broke my heart!" along with thousands of other people, here's your chance.
What can be done to stop shootings like this?
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The Adult Survivors Act creates a one-year period for sexual assault survivors to file lawsuits regardless of the statute of limitations.
The 18-year-old suspect has been involved in other shootings in the past, according to police.
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The payphone is headed to the Museum of the City of New York as part of a new exhibit about pre-digital life in NYC.
The development follows a presumptive positive reported by the city health department Friday
NYC officials have millions of dollars from legal settlements that they can immediately spend to fight the opioid crisis. But they have not revealed any detailed plans, even as local nonprofits struggle for funding.
What lies ahead after the congressional and state Senate maps were finalized.
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Daniel Enriquez was on his way to brunch when he was gunned down in broad daylight in what police say was an unprovoked attack
The final frontier is just within reach — if city park officials can agree to the plan in time.
In her first State of the City address, Adrienne Adams says the city needs to invest more in affordable housing to help unhoused and low-income New Yorkers.
The emergency declaration aims to empower the city’s Department of Consumer and Worker Protection to crack down on sellers that are price gouging the hard-to-find infant formula.
The gunman fled the scene and has not been identified, the NYPD says.
It's believed 88,000 people would use this Brooklyn-Queens route each day.
The 13-mile race was held on what is predicted to be the first severely hot day of the season in New York City
The menu features things like Black Lime Babka, Strawberry Sumac Linzers, and Za'atar Labneh Morning Buns

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After going bankrupt in 2020, the iconic New York City discount store announced this week that it’s reopening one of its locations in 2023. But this type of comeback might be hard for other retailers to replicate.
A court-hired expert drew the lines after a prior, Democrat-drawn plan was tossed.
Kyahara Tay succumbed to a gunshot wound shortly after being struck by a stray bullet.
“You don’t want to get caught, because you are going to get caught.. The sheriff’s office might be behind you lighting up, or you might get pulled over by a state trooper.”
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Ride the rails this summer in the same machinery that New Yorkers used in the early 20th century.
During his State of the Judiciary address, Chief Justice Stuart Rabner said there were 75 vacancies on the trial court bench.
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