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New York is poised to become the first state to ban cat declawing — a practice long described by animal advocates as unnecessary and cruel. more
Democratic primary voters in New York’s 34th Senate District went to the polls last September to make a choice between old and new.  more
There was a bit of excitement in Albany to kick off the week after the senate passed, for the first time, a bill designed to provide driver’s licenses to undocumented immigrants in New York. more
Armed with a spade and a green iPad case hanging off his belt, Steve Brill prepared to lead a 25-member safari into the wilds of the city’s third largest park. An odd sight for the Bronx, perhaps, but otherwise just an average weekend for the self-described “wild man,” who claims to be the northeast’s leading expert in urban foraging. more
Delays and service interruptions have become all-too-common with all of the construction and upgrade work taking place on tracks and stations. Now the Metropolitan Transportation Authority is trying to make it easier for commuters to figure out exactly what they can expect when they arrive for the train. more
Summer camp season is just weeks away, but some away-from-home daytime affairs — like those at Kingsbridge Heights Community Center — might have limited options for young teens this year. more
Early voting is finally coming to New York, but a decision by the city’s elections board has dampened the enthusiasm of some Bronx lawmakers. more
Living in public housing could soon be less lethal for young children. more
Landlords who charge prospective tenants a fee to pull their credit report may soon have to provide that credit report to the potential renter. more
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