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Neighbors Say They Weren't Properly Notified Of New Homeless Shelter On West 58th

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — A new shelter is set to open on West 58th Street in Midtown, and neighbors said they did not receive proper notification. 135 more words


Editorial: A pilot program in preservation

The city was quick to slam an independent report that said the affordability preserved in the property’s most recent sale was exaggerated (although this was without disputing the actual figures cited by the Independent Budget Office). 401 more words


Opinion: See no evil

By former Assemblyman Steven Sanders

As you drive into New York City across the George Washington Bridge and then south down the West Side Highway you can see huge cranes and glittering new buildings being built. 492 more words


New NYC Law Will Require Diaper Changing Stations In Many Public Restrooms Regardless Of Gender

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — New or recently-renovated public buildings in New York City will soon be required to include diaper changing stations to be accessible to everyone. 283 more words


De Blasio Sworn In For Second Term As Mayor

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Mayor Bill de Blasio spent New Year’s Eve kicking off his second term.

De Blasio was officially sworn in Sunday during a ceremony at Gracie Mansion. 165 more words


Black Lives Matter icon Eric Garner's daughter dies at 27

  • The daughter of Eric Garner, who was killed by police in 2014, died at age 27 following a heart attack.
  • The Rev. Al Sharpton said Garner’s daughter, Erica, “was a warrior to the end.
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De Blasio: Not A 'Great Idea' To Bring Young Kids To Times Square NYE Given Extreme Cold

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Mayor Bill de Blasio said Friday that while people of all ages will be permitted to come to the New Year’s Eve celebration in Times Square, he would urge people not to bring their young children given the extreme cold. 274 more words