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Carriage horse Spartacus fell on 59th Street just below Central Park Wednesday afternoon.
Unitied Activites Unlimited will have workers in their youth summer camp clean up train stations.
State Senate and Assembly seats in four Brooklyn districts have been vacant since January.
The local group is looking for people to fill leadership roles for the next two years.
Julie Menin will lead the rollout of the city's new paid sick leave law.
The council wants 1,000 new police officers, but de Blasio has previously said the NYPD has to make do.
The move is the latest in the escalating endorsement race between Rangel and Adriano Espaillat.
A former co-op board president and Cabrini Movement member are now on CB12.
Nearly $1.5 million in additional funding is being sought to help the city's veterans.
This year's NYC Pride parade will be led by Laverne Cox, Jonathan Groff and Rea Carey.
The NYCHA complex will get new lights in its parking lots, walkways, building entrances and play areas.
Yolanda Garcia said Espaillat backers have pounded on her door and shouted since she said she would run.
The mayor said Cynthia López gets the "nuts and bolts" of the film industry.
The fliers popped up during a current exhibition at the Skylight Gallery.
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