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WOODLAWN & WAKEFIELD

Rent-Stabilized Apartments Get Rent Freeze for First Time in City's History

The Rent Guidelines Board froze rents on one-year leases and raised two-year leases by 2 percent.

MAP: 577 People Shot in NYC So Far This Year, Data Shows

There were 577 shootings in the first half of 2015, 10 percent more than in the first half of 2014.

De Blasio Isn't the Only Progessive Politician Who Doesn't Pay Interns

From the City Council, to the Public Advocate and Members of Congress, electeds don't pay their interns.

What You Need to Know About City's 'Standalone' Pre-K Centers

The DOE is running 57 separate pre-K centers that have 6,700 seats still available for September.

Here's What John Adams Worried About While he Was in The Bronx

The second president stopped in the borough on his way to Philadelphia to avoid a yellow fever epidemic.

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