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PBA Slams UES Pols for 'Making Neighborhood More Dangerous'

The Patrolmen's Benevolent Association has launched a petitioning effort against two UES politicians.

Upper East Side »

Bill Thompson Snags UES Dem Club Endorsement After Shift on Trash Station

The Upper East Side Democrats reversed their non-endorsement position in the mayoral race.

Yorkville »

East 91st Street Marine Transfer Station Opponents Create New Cartoon

The video, narrated by a child, highlights risks the station poses to children, activists say.

Civic Center »

Restaurants Could Get Relief From Health Fines Under Quinn Proposal

Legislation proposed by Christine Quinn would reduce restaurant health fines by about 15 percent.

Civic Center »

Donation From Jailed Executive Kept by the Quinn Campaign for Years

The former head of Testwell Laboratories was convicted of faking concrete safety tests in 2010.

Civic Center »

New York City Approved for Own .NYC Domain Name

City residents and business owners can soon register for a domain linked to the Big Apple.

Civic Center »

Federal Court KOs Mayor's Suit to Stop Living Wage Law

In the ruling, Judge Richard Sullivan said federal minimum wage law does not preempt the council's plan.

Union Square »

Quinn Wants Chain Restaurants to Curb the Calories for Kids' Meals

The mayoral hopeful said the proposal is part of a program to combat the city's child obesity rates.

Union Square »

Quinn Blasts Bloomberg Over Stop-and-Frisk Comments

The Speaker says the council's recently passed police inspector general bill will reign in the NYPD.

Midtown »

Quinn's Influence Helped Push MSG Vote Through, Council Colleagues Say

Christine Quinn had a key role in bringing about the likely limit on Madison Square Garden's new permit.

Upper East Side »

Anthony Weiner Slams Gay Blood Donation Ban as 'Discrimination'

The mayoral candidate called on the FDA to change rules that have been in place since the AIDS epidemic.

Civic Center »

City Council Overrides Bloomberg's Veto of Paid Sick Leave Bill

The City Council voted Thursday to override the mayor's veto of a bill that would ensure paid sick leave.

New York City »

Thompson, Quinn and Weiner Virtually Deadlocked in Mayor's Race, Poll Finds

A Quinnipiac University poll shows Bill Thompson, Christine Quinn and Anthony Weiner are virtually tied.

West Village »

New Yorkers Rejoice as Supreme Court Strikes Down DOMA

The 5-4 ruling allows same-sex married couples to receive the same benefits as heterosexual couples.

Yorkville »

Pledge Protesting E. 91st St. Marine Transfer Station Hits 20K Signatures

Anti-MTS group Pledge 2 Protect has vowed to keep project proponents out of political office.

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