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Locals Fear 125th Street Garage Redevelopment Plan Mired in Politics

Some local leaders say the state may be playing politics with the proposal.

New York City »

Echoes of Bloomberg Heard in Obama's State of the Union

President Barack Obama took a page from Mayor Bloomberg in his State of the Union speech.

New York City »

Nearly $200M Meant for Sandy Victims Being Held by Banks, Cuomo Says

Governor Andrew Cuomo said banks are holding onto at least $200 million in Sandy funds.

New York City »

Mayor Bloomberg's Final Budget Slashes Teacher Jobs, Afterschool Programs

Mayor Michael Bloomberg unveiled his final budget Tuesday at City Hall.

New York City »

Bloomberg Threatens Education Cuts if State Money is Lost

2,500 teaching jobs are on the line, Mayor Michael Bloomberg warned.

Woodhaven »

New Web Site Opposes Building Queens High Line on Abandoned Railroad

No Way QueensWay asks locals to oppose developing the abandoned LIRR branch. 

Emerson Hill »

Staten Island Residents Sound Off About Con Ed Performance After Sandy

Residents told a state Moreland Commission panel about poor communication by Con Ed after Sandy.

Flushing »

Helen Marshall Delivers Final State of the Borough Address

Marshall discussed the impact of Hurricane Sandy on the borough.  

New York City »

Cuomo Outlines Budget Plans Including Hurricane Sandy Recovery

Gov. Andrew Cuomo is banking on the federal government paying for Hurricane Sandy recovery.

New York City »

City and Union Fail to Reach Deal on Teacher Evaluations

The deadline for the negotiations passed at midnight Friday.

New York City »

New York State Passes Toughest Gun Control Law in Nation

Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed the NY SAFE Act into law.

New York City »

Cuomo Calls for Tougher Gun Laws, New Teacher Tests

Cuomo called for "bar exam-type" tests for teachers and aggressive gun control in his speech.

New York City »

Bloomberg Shrugs Off Delay on Hurricane Sandy Aid Vote

Bloomberg did not join other area elected officials angered by delays in sending Sandy cash.

Forest Hills »

Queens 'High Line' Moves Closer to Reality with $467K Grant

The QueensWay project would turn 3.5 miles of abandoned rail tracks into a public park.

New York City »

R Train Service Resumes Friday Between Manhattan and Brooklyn

Brooklyn and Manhattan will finally be fully connected again by Friday's rush hour.  

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