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Only 18 months ago, Sept. 15, 2009 was shaping up to be a big day in New York City politics. Hundreds of thousands of New York City Democrats would go
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A view of the Citi building and parts of Long Island City
First there were five, including a VH1 reality television star who boasted about his candidacy on YouTube.
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Drummers from a Korean Moon Festival parade in Flushing
As primary day approaches, the only thing certain in Queens' 20th district is that someone new will represent the community
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The residents of the 16th City Council district have a new neighbor and a big one at that. The new $1.5 billion Yankee Stadium, which at capacity seats
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An intersection near Queens Village in City Council District 23
The Weprin family has been a force in the political life of eastern Queens for a long time and
Scores of new faces are vying for a place at City Hall
It's officially campaign season.
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In just a few days,
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Fruit stand on 181st Street in Washington Heights
If you want to get elected in Washington Heights, start by getting a car.
Paste posters of your face all over
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An aerial view of College Point and Shea Stadium
District 19 in northeast Queens lies within the city limits, but parts of it feels suburban with tree-lined streets and
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Handing out its own prescription for language access, the City Council approved legislation Thursday requiring large pharmacy chains to providetranslation services in the city's most popular languages.
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A portion of Battery Park City
Before the City Council voted to extend term limits in October 2008, many City Council members' time was up. All