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The Press has received many responses to the Dec. 8 article and editorial about towing.  more
Last fall the Hebrew Home informally presented to Community Board 8 two proposals for construction of a 385 unit Continuing Care Retirement Community development known as the “Sail … more
Gov. Andrew Cuomo last Tuesday sided with the overwhelming majority of Albany lawmakers and signed a bill to block the deeply flawed New York City disposable bag fee.  The move placed a … more
Recently, The Press published an article regarding a homeless individual who built structures on the JFK campus. The NYPD had responded several times to the location looking for the structures and … more
The New York City government has 26 various departments, with at least one for nearly every letter of the alphabet—from the Department for the Aging to the Department of Youth—along with … more
To the editor: On Sunday, March 5 at 12:30 p.m. in Hayes Hall at the College of Mount Saint Vincent, NYCD16 Indivisible, a grassroots organization founded to resist the extreme policies of the … more
Combining two  prime interests—paleontology and geology—I visited Howard R. Feldman, professor and chairman of Geology and Environmental Sciences at Touro College in Manhattan. His … more
When Gov. Andrew Cuomo this month proposed making education at state universities tuition-free for students whose families earn $125,000 or less, the plan got a positive response from both sides of … more
Chihuly fever is here and I have a bad case. For those not yet in the know, Dale Chihuly is one of today’s premier glass artists respected worldwide. Although the exhibition at the New York … more
Chamber Charmers [Photo gallery]
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