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Espada at a Senate Housing Committee meeting
Pedro Espada with his wife, Connie
It's a little after 8 a.m. on a Thursday morning and State Sen. Pedro Espada, Jr. is sitting down
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This is the first story in a series on the mayoral candidates.
A wall of city workers lines Broadway, rubbing up against the wrought iron gate surrounding City Hall Park. Parents
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Carving out another obstacle for graffiti "vandals," the City Council approved legislation Wednesday that requires merchants who sell etching acid to keep purchasers' personal information for a
Last Updated (Wednesday, June 06, 2012 11:43 AM)
Just two candidates currently running for public advocate or city comptroller contributed to the Working Families Party last year, according to the Campaign Finance Board. Coincidentally, they were the
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This story originally incorrectly said there were 90,000 buildings in the city. It has been corrected to state that there are 975,000 buildings and properties, according to the
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Park goers get settled for 2008 SummerStage's film series.
"Free shows are what make the city so great," said Stephan Dima, producer of Seaport Music Festival.
Summer concert series, many
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It is sometimes hard to calculate what one person's contribution to a community is worth. But for the residents of the 43rd New York State Senate
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Ruben Diaz Jr., center, Joel Rivera, left, and Carl Heastie, right.
The call of "Don't forget to vote on April 21st" practically overpowers
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In an attempt to clear a path for patients at reproductive clinics, the City Council approved legislation strengthening the city's clinic access law, allowing police to arrest protesters