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The Hope Program celebrates its 30th Anniversary Graduation

On Tuesday The HOPE Program was joined by hundreds of HOPE students, graduates and community members for its 30th Anniversary Graduation Ceremony.  Steven Banks, commissioner of the New York City Human Resou … Full Article

Thursday June 25, Our World In Pictures

MANHATTAN — Misty Copeland Performs Her NYC Debut: In this photo provided by American Ballet Theater, Misty Copeland and James Whiteside appear in "Swan Lake" at the Metropolitan Opera House on Wednesday. … Full Article

Green-Wood Cemetery awarded Level II Accreditation

The ArbNet Arboretum Accreditation Program and The Morton Arboretum have announced that Green-Wood Cemetery has been awarded a Level II Accreditation. … Full Article

Brooklyn native serves in Navy Reserve battalion

A Brooklyn native is serving in the U.S. Navy Reserve as it celebrates its 100th anniversary. … Full Article

NY Assembly passes ‘LICH Act’ hospital bill

A bill that would require an assessment of community health needs and more transparency when hospitals are threatened with closure passed the New York State Assembly on Wednesday. … Full Article

Creative economy, always huge in NYC, finds most robust growth in Brooklyn

The Center for an Urban Future on Tuesday released a major new report which finds that Brooklyn is increasingly powering New York City’s creative economy. … Full Article

Opponents of Brooklyn Bridge Park’s Pier 6 highrises: ‘Build only to support park!’

The Brooklyn Bridge Park Development Corporation (BBPDC) began the public process to change the park’s General Park Plan (GPP) at a board meeting held at the Empire State Development Corp. (ESD) on Monday. … Full Article

Schumer calls for emergency alert system for identity theft

In the wake of major data breaches at nationwide chain stores, government agencies, banks and hospitals, U.S. Senator Chuck Schumer said he has come up with a plan to alert consumers quickly so that they can take action to protect themselves from identity theft. … Full Article

You don’t have to wait to pay that muni-meter

If you park your car at any muni-meter in New York City, this has probably happened to you: You get to your destination before the meters have gone into effect for the day and you have to wait patiently, checking your watch or cell phone, as the minutes tick by and the meters start operatin … Full Article

NYC to hire 1,300 police officers as part of $78.5B budget

New York City is set to hire nearly 1,300 new police officers as part of its $78.5 billion budget agreement, honoring — and even exceeding — a proposal put forth by the city council over Mayor Bill de Blasio's initial objections. … Full Article

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