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Ramarley Graham Remembered With Protest March

Dozens of friends and activists turned out for a march to the 47th precinct on Saturday.

New York City »

2013 Mayoral Candidates Call for 'Chief Diversity Officer'

The six 2013 Democratic mayoral hopefuls appeared together for their first candidates forum on Tuesday.

New York City »

Ray Kelly Would Lose to Christine Quinn in Mayor's Race, Poll Found

Ray Kelly has no stated mayoral ambitions, but a new poll shows he'd be trounced by Chris Quinn.

South Bronx »

Fresh Direct to Receive $84 Million in Subsidies After City Approval

The deal will bring more than 960 jobs to the Bronx, the city says, but some residents objected the plan.

Harlem »

Wadleigh Advocates Worry About Future After School Escapes Closure

A co-location with Harlem Success Academy's Middle School is on tap for the fall.

Harlem »

Wadleigh Middle School Will Not Close As Planned, DOE Announces

Wadleigh Middle School school will receive a new principal after outcry from community and officials.

Manhattan »

John Liu's Fundraising Slows Amid Federal Probe

City Comptroller John Liu has raised more than half a million dollars over the past six months.

Manhattan »

City's Unwanted Teachers Drift Through a Life in Limbo

Hundreds of teachers are sent to a new school every week. Few expect to land a real job.

Harlem »

John McEnroe Tennis Center Pledges to Boost East Harlem Outreach

Critics say the John McEnroe Tennis Academy and surrounding facilities are too expensive for East Harlem.

Manhattan »

Liu's Poll Numbers Drop, But He's Still in Running for Mayor, Poll Finds

City Comproller John Liu's poll numbers have sunk after allegations of campaign financing fraud.

Harlem »

Randall's Island Tennis Plan Delayed Over Fears it Priced Out Locals

Sportime Randall's Island is seeking permission to add nine additional tennis courts.

Manhattan »

Mayor Bloomberg's Approval Sagging, New Poll Shows

Mayor Michael Bloomberg's poll numbers are sagging, according to a new Quinnipiac poll.

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