Fewer households moving out of NYC, report says

The city’s migrant residents aren’t flying too far away from the nest.

MediaMath signs lease at 4 World Trade Center

The first open tower at the World Trade Center just snagged another tenant.

Law would require vets to write prescriptions for pets

A bill proposed by two U.S. Senators could save pet owners millions on medications for their furry members.

Restaurant Week kicks off with deals and Instagram contest

Summer restaurant week kicks off with a fun contest to get people to explore New York’s undiscovered eateries.

Mayor announces new investments for Downtown Brooklyn

Downtown Brooklyn’s transformation enters phase two.

Mideast tensions felt at City Hall news conference

The Middle East conflict raised tensions at a news conference at City Hall.

FDNY, mayor mourn Matthew Ambelas, fallen Bravest

The FDNY paid their final respects to one of their own who died on duty in Brooklyn.

Crumbs may be back in business

The defunct and popular bakery may live another day from the help of a business celebrity.

De Blasio applauds city’s TV industry for Emmy noms

The city’s booming TV productions scored 107 nominations during this year’s award season.

Brooklyn DA’s office to stop prosecuting first time pot arrests

The Brooklyn DA’s decision will have ripple effects for the city’s drug laws.

Binge drinking targeted in new city campaign

The city’s latest efforts to promote safe drinking will focus on how bingeing affects New Yorkers as a whole.

Yankees fan caught napping on camera, sues team and ESPN

A Yankee fan wasn’t too happy that he was caught on camera at the wrong place at the wrong time.

Push to get tourists to venture into NYC neighborhoods pays off

The city’s Neighborhood x Neighborhood campaign not only works but it’s creating huge boons for the outer boroughs.

NYC’s largest residential skyscraper proposed for West Side

The next big tower could be coming to the West Side.

TV pilot productions leave LA for NYC: Report

The Big Apple dethroned its west coast counterpart when it comes to drama productions.

City thinks outside the box to engage New Yorkers on social media

The city’s various agencies are taking to social media and they say their hard work is paying off.

Big soda ban is thrown out by NYS’s highest court

The city’s fight to keep soda ban fizzled for the final time.

Spike Lee, Brooklyn leaders announce party to celebrate ‘Do the Right Thing’ anniversary

The Brooklyn director’s hit will be coming home for a big bash.

Rent Guidelines Board votes for 1% hike on one-year leases

The city’s rent stabilized apartments will not see a rent freeze despite calls from tenants and the mayor.

Joe Bruno reflects on decade as city’s OEM commissioner

The outgoing emergency management chief said he’s proud of the progress the agency made during some trying times.