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The turbulent financial market events of recent days demonstrably signal the end of Wall Street as we
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Councilmember Oliver Koppell, a career politician who has gone from state attorney general to a member of the Bronx delegation in City Hall, needs a new job.
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As the world waits -- and waits -- for the World Trade Center's redevelopment project to rise from the gaping hole along Church Street, downtown residents and
Photo by Benjamin Jarosch, courtesy of WTC Documentary Arts Project
On June 30, the Port Authority told Gov David Paterson what many New Yorkers suspected: Almost seven years after the 9/11
Photos by Gail Robinson
Standing on the 52nd floor of his new building at 7 World Trade Center, developer Larry Silverstein recently declared the structure a monument to what private enterprise
Huntley defeated Jennings and will be unopposed in the general electin.
Shirley Huntley has a rare distinction in New York politics: In 2006, she unseated an incumbent state senator. This came
In 1999, Toby Ann Stavisky became a state senator -- the first woman from Queens to do so -- after the death of her husband, Dr. Leonard Price Stavisky, a
Update: Democratic Incumbent Rhoda Jacobs won the state primary by a vote of 3,982 to 1,644 against Michele Adolphe. Jacobs now faces Alan Kesler.
Information could not be found on Kesler.
Grace Meng, the daughter of former Assemblymember Jimmy Meng, defeated incumbent Assemblymember Ellen Young in the hotly contested primary. Although Young will appear on ballot on the Independent and Working
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Like clockwork, about every five minutes a black garbage truck rumbled down Washington Square South flashing a banner that bashed the Bloomberg administration.