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Bed-Stuy »

Bed-Stuy Nonprofit Looks to Help Veterans Get Back on Their Feet

The Single Stop Veterans Initiative Program helps veterans find jobs and get benefits in Bed-Stuy.

SoHo »

Reality TV Writer-Producers Jilted Out of Overtime, Survey Says

Producers on shows such as "Pawn Stars" can work 80 hours a week without benefits, workers said.

Prospect Heights »

Most Barclays Center Jobs Are Part-Time With No Benefits

Of the 2,000 jobs at the Barclays Center, 1,900 are part-time and don't have benefits, officials said.

SoHo »

Pizza-Eating Benefit Aims to Take a Slice Out of NYC Hunger

Slice Out Hunger will unite more than 30 pizza sellers in SoHo Wednesday evening.

Chelsea & Hell's Kitchen »

High Line Co-Founder Robert Hammond Honored at Musical Performance

A benefit honoring High Line co-founder Robert Hammond will raise money for a theater group.

Chelsea & Hell's Kitchen »

Howl-O-Ween Pet Costume Contest Raises Money for Humane Society

The 11th Annual Animalfair.com Pet Costume Contest brought hundreds of pet-owners and their costumed critters together for a cause.

Chelsea & Hell's Kitchen »

Howl-O-Ween Costume Contest to Spook Hell's Kitchen

The 11th annual Animalfair.com Halloween pet costume contest will feature celebrity judges and chic doggie bags.

Manhattan »

City Personnel System Reportedly $300 Million Over Budget

Nycaps, a computerized system that tracks personnel information for the city, was nearly $300 million over its $66 million budget, according to the New York Times .

Midtown & Theater District »

Macy’s Workers Approve New Five-Year Contract

The agreement includes a $3.05 raise over 5 years, and lower healthcare costs.

Midtown & Theater District »

Michael Bloomberg Praises Governor's Pension Reform Plan

The legislation would save the city $30 billion over the next 30 years, according to the mayor.

Manhattan »

City Study Says 'Living Wage' Bill Would Kill Jobs

The City Council will hold a hearing Thursday to examine the merits of the bill.

Harlem »

Harlem Hospital Doctors Strike Averted, Union Says

A potential strike by doctors at Harlem Hospital has been averted, union officials said.

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