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Manny Verdi may have collected more than $230,000 in settlement money from the city’s education department as part of a whistleblower suit. But if he was expecting a big payday in a separate suit filed against Assemblyman Jeffrey Dinowitz, he might need to re-evaluate. more
Election Day dragging into “election week” might have been torturous for those just wanting to know whether Joe Biden would pull out the win against President Donald Trump for the White House. But for those who like to nerd out about numbers — hours and hours of debate surrounding vote counts was a dream come true. more
For the first time in New York’s history, voters cast ballots early in a presidential race. And it’s a process that has become more eventful than anyone could have guessed. more
The developer behind a West 246th Street house that was recently subjected to the ire of Community Board 8 land use chair Charles Moerdler, is speaking out about claims work on the house were not above board. more
Who’s going to occupy the White House for the next four years? It’s likely as you read these words, no call in this year’s presidential election has been made. more
No stranger to running for office, Carlton "Chucky" Berkley has filed to run for city council, joining six others seeking to replace Councilman Andrew Cohen early next year.  more
There is little doubt that history will remember 2020 for a long time — and not in a good way. Yet, the biggest news that could still come might not be the ongoing coronavirus pandemic that is hammering the country, but if democracy might survive the simple act of a presidential election. more
Sean Connery once learned diamonds are forever. But the governor’s emergency powers to fight the coronavirus pandemic are not. more
State Sen. Robert Jackson stays pretty busy representing his Manhattan constituents, meaning he doesn't make it up to the Bronx very often. But when he was asked to visit IN-Tech Academy Saturday morning, just blocks from the Marble Hill community he represented, Jackson knew he had to be there. more
Halloween is that time of year when we hear stories about the scary and the unexplained. None of those stories are real. At least we hope they’re not. But there is one very real mystery at 625 W. 246th St., and neighbors — as well as some city officials — are anxiously waiting to solve the ghost house that isn’t supposed to be there. more
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