Daniel Squadron proposed a bill to prevent the NYPD from forcing NYCHA to pay for public housing patrols.
A ceremony was organized to honor veterans in front of a war memorial in Carroll Park on Monday.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg signed legislation establishing the controversial SoHo BID.
The Brooklyn councilwoman will become the first woman of color elected citywide if she wins Nov. 5.
Letitia James and Daniel Squadron are facing off in a $13 million runoff on Tuesday.
The two Democrats resorted to personal attacks ahead of the Oct. 1 runoff election.
Veterans of all wars are supposed to get tax breaks on their homes, but many can't get a straight answer.
Results showed Bill de Blasio within a razor's edge of winning the 40 percent needed to avoid a runoff.
Voting machine problems were reported throughout the city as New Yorkers turned out to the polls.
Mary Spink, who died of liver diease in 2012, spent more than 20 years fighting for affordable housing.
Adam "Ad-Rock" Horovitz will speak at an event at Bowery Station Monday night on Squadron's behalf.
The state Dept. of Health approved the first steps of a plan to close the Cobble Hill hospital.
The MTA hopes to improve G train frequency and to make structural enhancements at the stations.
All city pools may also close two weeks early this summer unless $1.5 million is restored to the budget.
Citi Bike shouldn't steal open space from park-starved SoHo, officials said in a letter released Tuesday.
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