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December 21, 2013
State Sen. Adriano Espaillat hit his opponent Linares with a campaign mailer some called racist.
Assemblyman Guillermo Linares has made affordable housing a centerpiece of his platform.
A street in Washington Heights was named after Sgt. Merlin German to honor the local marine who died two years ago.
The New York City Economic Development Corporation uneviled its proposed plan for the complete renovation of Sherman Creek during a community forum Wednesday night.
Community leaders agreed there is a problem in Washington Heights and Inwood when it comes to illegal street vending, but are somewhat divided on how to take care of it.
Residents and officials called for a permanent increase of law enforcement officials after a string of sexual assaults.
Police in Washington Heights pulled six food carts off the streets earlier this month as part of a sting with the Health Department to curb illegal street vending.
The 81-year-old congressman said he's up to the task of a 22nd term in office.
Community leaders officially broke ground on the Juan Bosch Plaza in Highbridge Park set to open in mid-2012.
Drivers are worried that introducing a new category of taxis to the city will kill the livery cab industry.
From the Intrepid to Inwood, Memorial Day events commemorated those fallen in wars on Monday in Manhattan.
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