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Red Hook »

Women's Race Speeds into Red Hook Urban Bike Challenge

The "Women's Criterium" will be hosted for the first time next month in Red Hook.

Civic Center »

Kelly Outlines Beefed-Up Security for This Year's Marathon

Additional bomb-sniffing dogs, NYPD scuba divers and police helicopters will be used at this year's race.

Civic Center »

Obama Endorses de Blasio for Mayor

In a statement, President Obama praised Bill de Blasio's message of "progressive change."

Civic Center »

GOP Operative Files Challenge to Spitzer's Ballot Signatures

The former governor was just hours away from cruising onto the September primary ballot.

Midtown »

Alex Meadows Drops Out of Race for Quinn's Council Seat, Report Says

Corey Johnson and Yetta Kurland will now face off in the September Democratic primary.

Red Hook »

Red Hook Criterium Races into the Brooklyn Navy Yard

The series will host its second round at the Navy Yard on June 8.

Upper West Side »

Backpacks and Bags Banned at Sunday's Central Park Race, Organizers Say

New York City Road Runners asked runners and spectators to leave their bags at home.

New York City »

8-Year-Old, Woman From Bloomberg's Hometown Among Dead in Marathon Attacks

The bombings killed three people, including an 8-year-old, and reportedly injured more than 170 people.

Red Hook »

Red Hook Criterium Challenges World-Class Urban Bikers

The Red Hook Criterium is heading to the neighborhood on March 30.

East Flatbush »

Councilman Blames 'Outsiders' for Inciting Brooklyn Violence

Protests have been raging in Brooklyn after the police shooting of a 16-year-old teen.

New Dorp & South Beach »

Runners Prepare for Staten Island Adventure Race

The Staten Island Greenbelt will host training runs every Saturday until the weekend before the race.

New York City »

Dov Hikind Apologizes For Real as Mayor Says Blackface Costume 'Disgusting'

Brooklyn Assemblyman Dov Hikind continues to face backlash from his blackfaced Purim costume.

Manhattan »

Bill Thompson Appears From Nowhere to Become Top Mayoral Contender

Bill Thompson, who narrowly lost to Mayor Bloomberg in 2009, is back in the hunt for City Hall.

New York City »

Garodnick Drops Out of Comptroller Race

City Councilman Dan Garodnick will run for re-election in his East Side district.

New York City »

Canceled Marathon Leaves Runners and Residents in a Huff

Runners and residents groused Saturday about the marathon's cancellation.

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