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CityScoop

"CityScoop" was created to inform New Yorkers about the issues that directly impact their lives and communities - from key City initiatives and announcements to updates on cultural events.



 
  
City Scoop: November 16, 2012
This Week on City Scoop...the City announces a $500 million emergency plan to fix City schools and hospitals damaged by Hurricane Sandy...the City's "NYC Restore" program will provide one-stop disaster recovery services to New Yorkers affected by Hurricane Sandy, and...the Mayor announces temporary guidelines that will speed heating oil deliveries and boiler repairs to homes and businesses without heat.

City Hall, New York City



 
  
City Scoop: November 9, 2012
This Week on City Scoop...Mayor Bloomberg updates New Yorkers in the City's response to Hurricane Sandy...the City urges New Yorkers to take cold weather precautions, providing buses to shelters and warming centers...and, Mobile Medical Vans will help to serve areas devastated by Hurricane Sandy, providing primary care and medicine

City Hall, New York City



 
  
City Scoop: October 26, 2012
This Week on City Scoop...the City will accelerate more than a billion dollars in the funding of capital projects, repairing roads and bridges, and improving schools and libraries...the Mayor launches a competition for design entrepreneurs, promoting 3-D printing and innovative manufacturing in the City...and, the Mayor, President Clinton and Governor Cuomo dedicate the opening of Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s “Four Freedoms Park”

City Hall, New York City



 
  
City Scoop: October 19, 2012
This week on City Scoop...the Police Department and the Manhattan DA seize over 100 illegal firearms, putting 16 major gun peddlers behind bars...the Mayor's Media and Entertainment arm announces the launch of a new incubator for filmmakers and digital media professionals...and, the City's newest Workforce1 Career Center opens on Fordham Road in the Bronx.

City Hall, New York City



 
  
City Scoop: October 12, 2012
This week on City Scoop...The City's newest juvenile justice program will help send young offenders to nearby schools instead of state prisons...the Department of Education joins forces with the City's libraries, giving students better access to books and learning materials...and, the Mayor speaks at the dedication of the renovated Public Theater.

City Hall, New York City



 
  
City Scoop: October 5, 2012
This Week on City Scoop...The Department of Education announces a new early-education program aimed at helping pre-k students in high-risk neighborhoods...the Mayor unveils plans for the world's tallest Ferris wheel to be built on Staten Island's North Shore...and, the Harlem Hospital opens a new patient pavilion, offering enhanced health services to the community

City Hall, New York City



 
  
City Scoop: September 28, 2012
This Week on City Scoop...the City's NYCitizenship program expands their reach in City high schools, helping students and their families receive U.S. citizenship...the Mayor cuts ribbon on the long-awaited opening of Brooklyn's Barclays Center...and, construction begins on the third and final section of the renowned High Line park.

City Hall, New York City



 
  
City Scoop: September 21, 2012
This week on City Scoop (9/21): The Health Department votes limit the size of large sugary beverages, and the new Barclays Center arena will be the first to follow the rules...the Mayor opens the new WNYC Transmitter Park along Brooklyn's waterfront...and, CUNY Hunter College and Memorial Sloan-Kettering hospital partner to build a new cancer research lab on Manhattan's East Side

City Hall, New York City



 
  
City Scoop: September 14, 2012
This week on City Scoop (September 14)...the Department of Education launches a new program that will give parents school-related updates via mobile texts...winners of the fashion week "Project Pop-Up NYC" design contest are announced...and, Weight Watchers and the City's anti-obesity task force team up

City Hall, New York City



 
  
City Scoop: September 7, 2012
This week on City Scoop...The City launches its’ fourth Neighborhood Opportunity Network (NeON) office in the South Bronx, helping young men to stay on the straight and narrow...the MTA launches Select Bus Service on Staten Island's S79 route...and, a new program will help small businesses stay tech-savvy thanks to the City’s Digital Team and Small Business Services.

City Hall, New York City

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