Bill de Blasio presented plans to boost civic engagement and make New York the "fairest big city in the world" during his annual State of the City address.
The owners of Coney Island's New York Bread Inc. and some area residents oppose Women In Need's plans to construct a seven-story shelter on Neptune Avenue.
Our reporters fanned through Queens and asked voters for their City Hall wishlist. Reducing homelessness and increasing affordable housing topped the agenda.
Bronx Councilmember Ritchie Torres, who plans to seek the top leadership post, has departed from some progressive allies by supporting controversial elements of NYCHA's Next Generation program.
Local arts venue owners and community organizers are worried the new Office of Nightlife will do little to protect artists from rampant real-estate development.
The Calle 8 church is leading Hurricane Maria relief efforts on the Lower East Side.
DHS and ICE tip line posters placed in Jamaica apartment buildings are part of a pattern of harassment, residents and their advocates charge.
Tenants advocates charge that some landlords are using safety issues as an excuse to turn off the gas – and push out low-income residents.