The Santana family left one NYCHA apartment after Superstorm Sandy, only to be moved to another filled with mold.
Two bills discussed at a recent City Council hearing aim to increase penalties for littering and illegal dumping.
Some Brooklyn shopkeepers say they city hasn't done a very good job of keeping them informed about construction-linked water shutoffs, hurting business.
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A recent lawsuit filed by residents of the Castle Hill Houses underscores the woes faced by many public housing tenants.
Residents of the Bronx' Castle Hill Houses sued the city, seeking repairs of moldy bathrooms, leaky pipes and broken elevators.
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More than 90,000 candidates are competing for 500 jobs as the city holds its first exams in eight years for a shot to join New York's Strongest.