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Upper West Side »

NYPD Needs to Boost School Security on Primary Day, Parents Say

Assigning one police officer to a school on Primary Day is not enough, parents and leaders argue.

Upper West Side »

Upper West Side's Community Board 7 Draws Most Applicants in Manhattan

CB7 saw 78 new applicants this year, far outnumbering any other community board in the borough. 

Upper East Side »

New UES Councilman Ben Kallos to Take on Marine Transfer Station, Pre-K

Kallos discussed his top priorites for the district with DNAinfo New York.

Bed-Stuy »

Bed-Stuy Community Board Elects New Officers

Tremaine Wright is the new chair of Brooklyn Community Board 3.

Civic Center »

Stringer Topped de Blasio's Vote Total on Election Day, Study Finds

A new CUNY-based anaylsis found trends that researchers hope will help guide policy.

Civic Center »

Transition Begins as Bloomberg Meets With de Blasio

Mayor-elect Bill de Blasio met with Michael Bloomberg in City Hall Wednesday morning.

Midtown »

Live NYC 2013 Election Results

Check our real-time results from races for the mayor and Brooklyn District Attorney.

Civic Center »

What to Expect at the Polls on Election Day

From new voting machines to small fonts on the ballot, voters will face challenges at the polls.

Jamaica »

Two Jamaica City Council Seats Up for Grabs on Election Day

Queens Councilmen Leroy Comrie and James Gennaro are term-limited.

Downtown Brooklyn »

Brooklyn DA Hynes to Run as Republican and Conservative After Primary Loss

The veteran prosecutor, defeated in the Democratic primary, will continue on two other party lines.

Brooklyn Heights »

Joe Lhota's Wife Once Crashed Her Car While Talking Politics on Her Cell

Tamra Lhota rear-ended another driver, who suffered permanent back injuries, according to a lawsuit.

Bed-Stuy »

Foy Vows to 'Count Every Vote' in Tight Race to Replace Al Vann in Brooklyn

The 36th City Council race remained too close to call, and Foy declined to concede Wednesday morning.

Williamsburg »

Antonio Reynoso Beats Vito Lopez and Stephen Levin Keeps City Council Seat

Antonio Reynoso beat Vito Lopez and Stephen Levin kept his spot in office in Tuesday's primary.

Gowanus »

Tight Democratic Primary Leaves Bill de Blasio Win in Limbo

Results showed Bill de Blasio within a razor's edge of winning the 40 percent needed to avoid a runoff.

Red Hook »

Carlos Menchaca Beats Incumbent to Take District 38's City Council Seat

Menchaca defeated incumbent Sara Gonzalez for the City Council seat in Red Hook and Sunset Park.

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