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City Poverty Rate Jumped as the Economy Slumped

Sep 27, 2010

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Aug 30, 2010

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With Homelessness Rising, City Looks to Trim Budget

Jun 02, 2010

Photo Ed Yourdon Though there was great fanfare at its introduction in 2004, Mayor Michael Bloomberg's audacious plan to cut homelessness by two thirds within five years and end chronic homelessness

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Housing Project Cats Face Eviction -- or Worse

May 14, 2010

Photos by Adelia Honeywood Harrison The Housing Authority wants residents of the Ravenswood Houses not to feed the project's hundreds of roaming cats, but many tenants do anyway. At the Ravenswood public

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Animal Rights Activists Split Over Bill to Save 'Oreos'

Feb 26, 2010

Photo © Don Brandenbur The sad story of Oreo the dog made headlines last year. Now her unfortunate death may spur a change in state law that could, supporters believe, ultimately

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After Escaping Domestic Abuse, Survivors Confront the Housing Crisis

Feb 19, 2010

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Illegally Divided Homes Pose Dangers but Fill a Need

Dec 09, 2009

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New Efforts Fail to Reduce Homelessness

Nov 02, 2009

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Affordable Housing Not Included

Oct 05, 2009

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Housing Project Splits Bushwick District

Sep 09, 2009

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