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Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney

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East Harlem »

Protesters Disrupt Affordable Housing Groundbreaking Ceremony

Two protesters disrupted the Artspace PS109 groundbreaking ceremony in East Harlem.

Union Square »

City Offers $2 Bonus for New Yorkers Who Use Food Stamps at Farmers Markets

Expanding the 'Health Bucks' program is expected to greatly increase low-income people's produce access.

Midtown & Theater District »

Diane von Furstenberg Says Mayor Bloomberg is 'Hot'

Designer Diane von Furstenberg joined Mayor Michael Bloomberg to celebrate Fashion Week Monday.

Astoria & Long Island City »

New Immigration Center Promises Easier Naturalization for Queens Immigrants

New facility on Jackson Avenue in Long Island City opens amid promises of increased efficiency.

Murray Hill, Gramercy & Midtown East »

DOE Rejects Plan that Could Ease P.S. 116 Overcrowding

The Department of Education declined a request to ease overcrowding at Kips Bay's P.S. 116, but parents vowed to keep fighting.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

Weill Cornell Medical College Names Building After $100M Donor

Weill Cornell Medical College's $650 million, 18-story facility, rising on East 69th Street, will be named the Belfer Research Building after philanthropists, Robert and Renee Belfer.

Murray Hill, Gramercy & Midtown East »

Support Grows in Fight Against Overcrowded Schools in Kips Bay

A group of parents and teachers from P.S. 116 in Kips Bay have gained the support of local elected officials and community boards in their fight against overcrowding.

Murray Hill, Gramercy & Midtown East »

Calls to Ban Helicopters Met With Resistance At Buzzing East Side Heliport

Calls by local leaders to ban non-essential helicopter flights out of Manhattan are being met with resistance by those in the industry, who insist flying is safe.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

Second Avenue Subway Earns a 'B' on Report Card

The Second Avenue Subway project held steady in 2011 with a 'B' on its report card this year.

Downtown »

New Exhibit Pays Tribute to Ground Zero Responders Who Have Died Since 9/11

Twenty-nine shields that belonged to 9/11 first responders are on display at the New York City Police Museum.

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