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NEW YORK — Londel Davis' Harlem-based company has contracts to service fire extinguishers with some of the city's largest agencies, including the Department of Education.
But in spite of his success,
NEW YORK — Earlier this week, at the Church of the Holy Apostles in Chelsea, about 50 people waited in line with cafeteria trays to have an early Thanksgiving lunch
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NEW YORK â€“ Eight months ago, Bob McClure, the co-owner of McClure's Pickles in Brooklyn -- purveyor of all kinds of preserved cucumbers in flavors ranging from chili-spiked
NEW YORK â€“ Mayor Michael Bloomberg and the City Council agreed on a $68.5 billion budget that restores funding for popular child care programs, while assuming the city will reap
Mayor Michael Bloomberg presents his 2013 executive budget on May 3. Photo by Spencer T. Tucker.
NEW YORK â€“ The Campaign for Children, a coalition that came together this year to
Councilman Daniel R. Garodnick talks about whistleblower legislation passed by the Council. Photo by William Alatriste, courtesy of the City Council.
Editor's Note: This version has been updated to clarify that
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NEW YORK â€“ The New York City Council passed a bill requiring banks receiving billions in municipal funds to detail their lending practices, including mortgages and
Photo by Jane C. Timm
Council Speaker Christine Quinn is determined to keep politics polite — even if that means storming out of a press conference.
At a rally for the Living
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The mayor’s $68.7 billion preliminary budget released last week spares teachers and uniformed employees from additional cuts and won’t raise taxes. However, funding
Spencer T. Tucker
Last month, Mayor Michael Bloomberg fueled what Paul Krugman has described as "a recurrent fantasy about a Bloomberg third-party candidacy that will save America" when he presided