Gabriela Rosa

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TIMELINE: Malcolm Smith Just the Latest Politician Arrested or Convicted

More than a dozen elected officials have been carted off in cuffs or convicted in court since 2010.

Washington Heights »

Changes to Uptown Polling Sites Cause Confusion

Several polling sites have changed. Know where you'll vote in Tuesday's primary.

Inwood »

Inwood Assemblywoman Pleads Guilty to Marriage and Bankruptcy Fraud

Gabriela Rosa admitted to marrying only for immigration reasons in 1996.

Washington Heights »

Port Authority Slammed for 'Closet'-Sized Community Room in GWB Terminal

Politicians asked for 10,000 square feet in the new terminal but were offered just 300 square feet.

Washington Heights »

Fallen Soldier Honored With Washington Heights Street Naming

The corner of Audubon Avenue and 177th Street now bears the name of Jose Enrique Ulloa.

Inwood »

Dyckman Street 1 Train Station Gets $31M Upgrade

The renovation of the Dyckman Street station replaced the platforms and added a new elevator and ramp.

Inwood »

Beloved Inwood Garden Threatened by Parks Dept. Project, Residents Say

The caretakers of Bruce's Garden say a plan to run a water pipe into Isham Park could destroy the garden.

Inwood »

Parole Denied for Killer of Mother of Indian Road Cafe Owner

Willie Profit was denied parole for the 1977 Bonnie Minter murder, as her son fights for parole reform.

Washington Heights »

Ydanis Rodriguez Sworn in to Second City Council Term

Backed by his family and supporters, Rodriguez is taking over an expanded council district.

Hudson Heights »

24 Domino's Pizza Workers Walk Off Job After Living Wage Protest

Twenty-four Domino's employees walked off the job in protest, days after marching in a Dec. 5 rally.

Inwood »

Bill de Blasio to Appear at Inwood Voter Rally Friday Night

The mayoral frontrunner will address supporters at St. Jude Church on 204th St. at 7:00 p.m.

Washington Heights »

Accused Uptown Slumlord Should Be Behind Bars, City Councilman Says

Councilman Ydanis Rodriguez had his harshest words yet for landlord Hugo Juarez over unmade repairs.

Washington Heights »

WaHi Man Killed in Early Morning Hit-And-Run

Antonio Ramirez, 40, was struck near his home on 176th Street and Audubon Avenue Friday.

Washington Heights »

Groundbreaking for Washington Heights' First Hotel

The $22 million, 11-floor hotel is expected to open next year.

Washington Heights »

Education Activists Crash Ydanis Rodriguez's Event to Protest Cuts

Dozens of protestors expressed outrage over budget cuts to a popular uptown adult education program.