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Helen Rosenthal

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P.S. 191 will occupy space at 21 West End Ave., on the bottom of a luxury residential tower.

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The Right to Record Act was introduced July 14 by Council members, including Jumaane Williams.

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The rooms, which cannot be bathrooms, must have a chair, electrical outlet and access to running water.

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At the final meeting before the vote, residents asked for a rent rollback.

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The winners of the participatory budgeting process will split $1 million in City Council funding. 

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Airbnb said the number of stays in the city's predominantly black ZIP codes rose 78 percent from 2014.

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The protected bike lane will arrive earlier than expected, in mid-May, a DOT official said.

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Rosenthal's town hall tackled issues from affordable housing to education.

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Elected officials and political clubs are urging voters to double-check their polling locations. 

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An angry man refused to leave a Hillary Clinton campaign event at a local senior center Tuesday.

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Students were led in how to sign up during school, a new process leaders hope will yield better results.

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Delayed by a long period of negotiations, construction to upgrade WESS will begin this summer.

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Neighbors of the restaurant aren't happy with the noise and the cafe isn't getting enough business.

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West End Secondary School was originally slated to receive $50 for capital improvements. 

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The West End Secondary School has a "handshake" agreement in place, Councilwoman Helen Rosenthal said.