While turnout is expected to be low, there are several interesting races in New York's neighborhoods.
People showed off their Caribbean pride with flags and colorful costumes at the Labor Day parade.
The money will be distributed in loans of up to $20,000 to businesess near the explosion site.
The state filed a subpoena as part of an investigation of Marolda Properties, which owns 70 buildings.
The Fulton Correctional Facility is on its way to becoming an economic development and reentry center.
The 200-unit Philip's Senior House complex will remain affordable for the next 40 years.
The primary is Sept. 9 for seats that have been open almost all year.
Stephen Colbert will broadcast out of the Ed Sullivan Theatre when he takes over next year.
The eight Long Island Rail Road unions reached a deal with the MTA Thursday.
Officers were told to keep enforcing the law, despite Thompson's vow to dismiss many marijuana charges.
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New York's medical marijuana bill will cover those with HIV/AIDS, Parkinson's, Crohn's Disease and more.
The bill requires financial disclosure from key executives at the Queens Library.
The housing plan near the Barclays Center got a kickstart from the state, city and civic groups.
Gov. Cuomo gave state workers an extended lunch break to watch Team USA against Germany the World Cup.
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