Melissa Bailey photo

Immigrants continued filling City Hall Friday to obtain the new Elm City Residency Card, as applications topped 1,150
• The mayor announced permanently extended hours for the office issuing the ID cards, as a second bank pledged its support for the first-in-the-nation program. Click here for Melissa Bailey’s report.
• City workers brought out free pizza to handle the unanticipated wave of immigrants standing on line for as long as 12 hours to get their cards, as church leaders brought hundreds of people after work. Click here for Allan Appel’s report on the historic wave filling City Hall.