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Newly minted Deputy Mayor Stephen Goldsmith wants to stick a pin in the city's ballooning pension costs, but unions think he is full of hot air.
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This is the first in a series of commentaries Gotham Gazette will run between now and Election Day on the charter proposals appearing on the November
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Poverty continues to persist in New York more than 100 years after this picture of a family struggling to make ends meet was taken on
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State Senate District 31 snakes through many of upper Manhattan's neighborhoods, including Inwood.
While Eric Schneiderman busily campaigns for state attorney general, four Democrats are vying for the
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In April Mayor Michael Bloomberg appointed Stephen Goldsmith deputy mayor. A few months later, Goldsmith produced a report casting doubts on the administration's
Photo (cc) New York State Archives. Gov. Hugh Carey meets with big six mayors in March of 1975 to discuss fiscal crisis
In the spring of 1975, the nation’s large commercial
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Domestic Workers and their supporter successfully won passage of an unprecedented Bill of Rights for in Albany this year.
As Domestic Workers United members celebrated in the blazing
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People who lost their jobs in finance learn about opportunities in small business, entrepreneurship and the emerging"green" economy.
The professionals with coffee cups and laptops spread out in
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Self-congratulation filled City Hall late last month as the City Council adopted the $63.1 billion 2011 city budget that took effect July 1. For Mayor Michael
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City Council Speaker Christine Quinn explains the budget before yesterday's vote.
Libraries won't shutter, public pools will remain open for swelter-saving dips all summer long, and fire