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Tolls on the East River bridges? Not in 2009.
Every year, things that everyone expects to happen don’t. Trial balloons pop. Sure things crumble. The odds-on favorite fades in the stretch.
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The City Council approved the rezoning of a 31-acre swath of northern Brooklyn known as the Broadway Triangle yesterday -- approving a project
Instead of looking at the polls, maybe New York's pundits and political players should have consulted Gotham Gazette's 2008 prognosticators. A large number forecast that Mayor Michael Bloomberg would either
As 2009 began, New Yorkers felt an odd mix of emotions. While worried about the economy, particularly the fallout from turmoil in the financial industry and the real estate market,
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Shoving the debate over paying living wages into the spotlight, the City Council rejected a proposal from the Bloomberg administration and developer Related Companies yesterday that would
Window shoppers and graffiti artists have been put on alert.
After July 2011, no business owner can purchase an opaque, security grill in the five boroughs and will have to
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With the swine flu fears raging and the seasonal flu supposedly on its way, the City Council this week will take up a measure that its proponent
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A week after besting an unsuspecting comptroller by a narrow 50,000 votes, according to preliminary results, Mayor Michael Bloomberg may now have bigger things to worry about.
The election will be Tuesday, Nov. 3, with polls open from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. Only residents who have already registered can vote. This election is open to voters
Vincent Gentile, left, is the incumbent Democrat challenged by Bob Capano, right, the Republican, Independence and Conservative Party candidate
Bob and Vinny, as they not so affectionately referred to each other,