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Let’s say you were elected to public office, nationally or locally. What would you do with that opportunity? Would you seek to improve your constituents’ quality of life, or would you focus on what’s in it for you? more
The Point of View in your July 12 issue is long on conservative myths and short on facts. more
May I suggest that this circumscribed topic of specialized high school assessment tests discussion be expanded? Let’s take a look at yet another admissions test, the SAT, often required for college admissions. more
As expected, on June 18, Bronx Community Board 10 voted against the city’s proposal to construct a state-of-the-art full-scale animal shelter at 2050 Bartow Ave. more
I have been an early childhood educator for three years, teaching children between 12 and 36 months old. more
I was disappointed to read that Community Board 8’s Dan Padernacht will run for city council. more
Chamber Charmers [Photo gallery]
In a couple months, many of us will sit around tables with families and friends, talking about the things we are thankful for. It’s a little early, but there is something I’m thankful for — that my father never tired of being a parent. more
As New York Democrats, the upcoming primary in our district may be the most important election we will ever have, as it is crucial for restoring our majority in the state senate. more
On Sept. 13, our community will vote in the Democratic primary for the 34th Senate District. more
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