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David Haskell, who has overseen print features and digital strategy, will step in on April 1. He plans to keep a side job as co-owner of a whiskey distillery in  Read more

Mayor de Blasio has already announced major policies, so what’s the teleprompter for? Also, “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” returns. Read more

The firefighter, Steven H. Pollard, was responding to a car accident on the Mill Basin Bridge. He fell through a gap between the eastbound and westbound spans. Read more

When Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo announced a new plan on Thursday, Brooklyn residents past and present were perplexed, frustrated and relieved. Read more

Mr. Thompson was Brooklyn’s first black state senator, an appeals court justice and a politician who urged a larger role for black Democrats in New York. Read more

The closing of the subway tunnel between Manhattan and Brooklyn would have been one of the largest disruptions New York City had faced in recent years. Read more

How to enjoy New Year’s Eve in Times Square: Arrive early, dress warm and use the restroom before you get there. Also: how to plunge into the Coney Island water.  Read more

An influx of tourists is synonymous with New York’s holiday season. But this weekend, some of the city’s institutions seemed to hit their tipping points. Read more

Senator Kevin Parker lashed out after a spokeswoman for the State Senate linked him to a possible misuse of a parking placard. Read more

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