The company Stericycle faced several hostile questions during a meeting at Hostos Community College.
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Councilwoman Maria del Carmen Arroyo backed a proposal by a nonprofit who hired her disgraced nephew.
An interactive chart shows how several members of the Bronx's poorest districts spent tax dollars.
Gonzalo Duran hopes to turn the house into a place where returning veterans can stay.
The intersection of East 161st Street and River Avenue will now be known as Rivera Avenue.
The campaign workers were accused of forging signatures during Arroyo's reelection bid.
A day after residents and elected officials spoke out against the plan, the city dropped it.
The borough faced some poll-site problems, with a chunk of its votes still uncounted Wednesday morning.
Maria del Carmen Arroyo will be on the ballot, but hundreds of her petition signatures were invalidated.
Julio Pabon, 61, said he reluctantly entered the race because no one else would challenge the incumbent.
Urban planners suggested parks and community spaces would be a better use of the South Bronx waterfront.
Residents feel unfairly burdened with city trash and decried delays in a city program to alleviate it.
City Council members ate Cheez-Its, Fritos and downed a 32-oz. drink while discussing the "sugar ban."
A group of Latino elected officials called upon Albany to immediately pass marriage equality legislation.
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