Perkins got 6,897 of the nearly 14 thousand votes cast in Tuesday's primary, early numbers show.
Residents of a building that hasn't had cooking gas in more than a year are suing the landlord.
The fake NYPD officers asked to look in the worker's backpack before attacking him, police said.
The borough has the highest percentage of residents born in New York.
Gabriel Jimenez, 21, has been using his mother's recipe to sell the sweet treat on Inwood streets.
The agency is planning to reconfigure Fifth Avenue with two bus lanes in fall of this year.
Coaches Emanuel "Book" Richardson, Chuck Person, Lamont Evans and Tony Bland were all charged Tuesday.
The Department of Education says the pets help boost social-emotional learning and defuse conflicts.
Artist Keith De Cesare had pointed the finger at a 9/11 truther he says threatened the exhibition.
Three exhibits featuring animals have been pulled from the upcoming show, the museum said.
Two workers were thrown from a lift after it struck a pole at One Manhattan West, a DOB spokesman said.
Two men are suing the Port Authority and Otis Elevator Company over the incident.
The mayor said that despite the "few instances" of immigration raids, he wants to end the practice.
DOT started implementing a plan to improve pedestrian and cyclist safety along the stretch this week.
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