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New Dorp »

Schumer called on the feds to give the state one of four special heroin enforcement groups.

Tottenville »

The Field of Dreams will feature recessed dugouts and a press box when it opens to players next year.

Greenwich Village »

A New York University PhD student from Iran was held at JFK on Saturday before being released.

Oakwood »

The project got $2 million from federal Sandy-relief funds for its design phase.

Oakwood »

Designs will now be drawn up for the plan that would protect the borough in future storms.

Oakwood »

A bill passed in the House and Senate will name a post office after Leonard Montalto.

Upper East Side »

New York voters reelected Schumer, who has served in the U.S. Senate since 1998.

Morrisania »

The branch at 442 E. 167th St. was officially renamed after Badillo during a Monday morning ceremony.

Central Harlem »

Students thought the PSA put out by the state wasn't resonating with the youth so they filmed their own.

Bay Ridge »

Sen. Charles Schumer called Morrish "the beating heart of Bay Ridge."

West Brighton »

Sen. Schumer asked for funds to treat, prevent and promote awareness of Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome.

St. George »

A bill has changed how federal money is doled out to public ferry systems.

Midland Beach »

Elected officials are pushing to restore $75 million in funding for the state.

Midland Beach »

The project will be the first Bluebelt system in the Mid-Island when it's completed in 2017.

Charleston »

The new $4.3 million D'Amato field will be built in Fairview Park, officials said.