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Maria del Carmen Arroyo

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Councilwoman Maria del Carmen Arroyo backed a proposal by a nonprofit who hired her disgraced nephew.

Tremont & East Tremont »

An interactive chart shows how several members of the Bronx's poorest districts spent tax dollars.

Belmont »

Gonzalo Duran hopes to turn the house into a place where returning veterans can stay.

Concourse »

The intersection of East 161st Street and River Avenue will now be known as Rivera Avenue.

Melrose »

The campaign workers were accused of forging signatures during Arroyo's reelection bid. 

Melrose »

A day after residents and elected officials spoke out against the plan, the city dropped it.

Concourse »

The borough faced some poll-site problems, with a chunk of its votes still uncounted Wednesday morning.

Concourse »

Maria del Carmen Arroyo will be on the ballot, but hundreds of her petition signatures were invalidated.

Longwood »

Julio Pabon, 61, said he reluctantly entered the race because no one else would challenge the incumbent.

Mott Haven »

Urban planners suggested parks and community spaces would be a better use of the South Bronx waterfront.

Hunts Point »

Residents feel unfairly burdened with city trash and decried delays in a city program to alleviate it.

Civic Center »

City Council members ate Cheez-Its, Fritos and downed a 32-oz. drink while discussing the "sugar ban."

Washington Heights & Inwood »

A group of Latino elected officials called upon Albany to immediately pass marriage equality legislation.