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All those plastic bags sullying the streets, waterways and landfills could soon be an environmental headache of the past. more
At long last, Community Board 8 has found its new district manager. more
By the end of the day Tuesday, Eric Schneiderman will no longer be New York's attorney general. more
It was a political showdown for the ages as state Sen. Jeffrey Klein squared off, for the first time in person, against primary challenger Alessandra Biaggi. more
It started with a note. What it said and who passed it, Charles Moerdler won’t say. more
And if Jeffrey Klein is worried about his future in Albany, he’s not exactly showing it. Freshly back in the ranks of the Democratic Party, Klein was a no-show Sunday at a town hall hosted by Northwest Bronx Indivisible. more
It was a lot like a parade, just inside. Cheeks were painted with the Star of David. Many wore blue and white, the colors that dominated the Israeli flags children waved as they ran through the synagogue, their parents just behind them. more
Nearly every Monday for the past six years, Joshua Dorfman journeyed from Riverdale to Teaneck, New Jersey, about a dozen miles away across the Hudson to attend the meetings of Boy Scout Troop 226. more
Rabea Ali never dreamed a road trip to Connecticut would end in four bruised ribs, a knife through the hand, and a ticket to the hospital. more
As long as no technicalities get in the way, it appears as if Charles Moerdler's self-exile as chair of the Community Board 8's land use committee will be a short one. more
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