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Voting machine problems were reported throughout the city as New Yorkers turned out to the polls.

East Village »

Mary Spink, who died of liver diease in 2012, spent more than 20 years fighting for affordable housing. 

Downtown Brooklyn »

Adam "Ad-Rock" Horovitz will speak at an event at Bowery Station Monday night on Squadron's behalf.

Cobble Hill »

The state Dept. of Health approved the first steps of a plan to close the Cobble Hill hospital.

Greenpoint »

The MTA hopes to improve G train frequency and to make structural enhancements at the stations.

East Harlem »

All city pools may also close two weeks early this summer unless $1.5 million is restored to the budget.

SoHo »

Citi Bike shouldn't steal open space from park-starved SoHo, officials said in a letter released Tuesday.

Lower East Side »

The temporary park on Pier 42 will open Saturday with a community day and activities.

Cobble Hill »

SUNY Downstate Medical Center Withdrew their plan to close the Cobble Hill hospital, Friday.

Cobble Hill »

The resolution calls for SUNY and the State Department of Health to find a new operator for the hospital.

Columbia Street Waterfront District »

The South Brooklyn Children's Garden is hosting their first worm festival, April 20.

Carroll Gardens »

The Department of Education found PCB leaks in the building's light fixtures last year.

Financial District »

The crossing, which is near the Spruce Street School, has long been a cause of concern among parents.

New York City »

The candidates for Public Advocate have been battling it out in the money race.

Chinatown »

Many businesses are still feeling the effects of Hurricane Sandy, according to Dumpling Rally organizers.