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Stringer aims to create a new chief health officer who would act as head of both the city's Health + Hospitals network and the Health... [Read More]
"For too long, our city's schools have been guided by the vision of the chosen few and not by the vision of the people at... [Read More]
It didn't take long for the video to spark a backlash on social media and in the city's political circles. [Read More]
President Biden touted his $2 trillion infrastructure plan Wednesday in opening remarks to the National Action Network, the civil rights group led by the Rev.... [Read More]
who ran for mayor in 2001 and lost his bid in the Democratic primary - said he's backing the former state senator and NYPD captain... [Read More]
Stringer spokesman Tyrone Stevens declined to comment on the WFP nod. [Read More]
Adams and the Uniformed Fire Officers Association are expected to announce the endorsement late Tuesday morning near the union's Brooklyn offices. [Read More]
"The problem was identified, and it was actually noted quickly and acted on quickly based on just six cases," De Blasio said. "That's important because... [Read More]
Adams and the Uniformed Fire Officers Association are expected to announce the endorsement late Tuesday morning near the union's Brooklyn offices. [Read More]
"This is something we've gotta reevaluate now," the mayor said in response to a question about a Queens family of six whose apartment was raided... [Read More]
Candidates are faced with the same question Mayor de Blasio has kicked down the road for year: how to make city property taxes more fair. [Read More]
COVID may have closed rides temporarily at Coney, but throngs of gleeful crowds flocked there Friday to usher in the warm weather, ride the Cyclone,... [Read More]
Clarke, who represents central Brooklyn, praised Wiley as "the change maker this moment calls for" in a written statement put out by the candidate's campaign. [Read More]
Theordore Mukamal, William Wachtel's former chief of staff, filed the complaint under oath with the FEC last month, agency spokeswoman Judith Ingram confirmed. [Read More]
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