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Andrew Cohen may have found some election competition after all. more
The controversy over state Sen. Jeffrey Klein’s membership in and leadership of the Independent Democratic Conference broadly features claims that he strongly serves the community and remains loyal to the tenets of the Democratic Party. more
The U.S. post office recently reported a quarterly loss of $562 million. This will now result in the price of a first class stamp going up by a penny from 49 cents to 50 cents. more
The efforts of the current Congress to change health insurance hardly encourage hope for controlling drug costs. more
I attended the first DOT meeting on the Broadway plan two years ago, and at least one table (and possibly two) mentioned protected bike lanes as worthwhile additions. more
We at North Riverdale Girl Scout Troop 1477 would like to extend our sincere commendations to Girl Scout Kamdyn Rouse for her impressive cookie sales tally. more
With the firing of the FBI director and denying the fact that Russia interfered in the 2016 election as well as entertaining the Russians and Russian reporters in the White House while denying the same access to American reporters, Trump is giving a stiff rude gesture to the American people. more
Excelsior Scholarshipapplications availableThe application for the Excelsior Scholarship is now available. The goal of the state-run program is to make tuition free of charge for lower and … more
Getting off the Henry Hudson Parkway at Exit 22 was not an option last Friday morning. more
It’s probably impossible to find any other city in the world featured in television and movies more than New York City. more
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