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Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer

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Greenwich Village »

David Gruber, a CB2 member of 10 years, was unanimously elected Thursday.

New York City »

The six 2013 Democratic mayoral hopefuls appeared together for their first candidates forum on Tuesday.

Yorkville »

Second Avenue Restaurant Week is aimed at helping restaurants struggling because of MTA construction.

New York City »

Ray Kelly has no stated mayoral ambitions, but a new poll shows he'd be trounced by Chris Quinn.

East Harlem »

Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer says increase in East Harlem violent crime "unacceptable."

Harlem »

SPORTIME wants to add nine additional courts at a cost of $7 million.

Manhattan »

Marty Markowitz and Scott Stringer put their borough rivalry to rhyme Monday.

Manhattan »

New community board members including the owner of a popular Chinese restaurant and an opponent of OWS.

Murray Hill, Gramercy & Midtown East »

The park's historic cast-iron fence and its bluestone sidewalk have been decaying for more than a decade.

Harlem »

A co-location with Harlem Success Academy's Middle School is on tap for the fall.

Harlem »

Wadleigh Middle School school will receive a new principal after outcry from community and officials.

Upper West Side & Morningside Heights »

The Manhattan Borough President delivered his State of the Borough address Thursday night.

Midtown & Theater District »

Borough President Scott Stringer says Anti-Semitic hate crimes have been "spreading like cancer."

Harlem »

Critics say the John McEnroe Tennis Academy and surrounding facilities are too expensive for East Harlem.

Harlem »

The report on a potential Walmart in Harlem was released by Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer.