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"Renee Mancino Way" was unveiled Saturday at 214th Street and Broadway. 

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Jose Salcedo is presenting his Latin food delivery app at the first Uptown tech fair on June 3.

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There will be additional traffic officers, increased fines and more towing of vehicles, officials said.

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Seven of the top 12 most frequent elevator outages were elevators in stations above 125th Street.

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Citibike and uberPOOL are offering free rides to New Yorkers on Saturday.

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The union-led campaign promotes a bill requiring workers to take part in an apprenticeship program.

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The #CarFreeNYC initiative is back Saturday with more events for Uptown residents. 

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Capalino + Company, on behalf of real estate group Taconic Investment Partners, has been calling locals.

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Transit advocates and a top MTA board member have been pushing for the subsidized MetroCards for months.

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"The budget is not infinite. There are limits and you have to live within those limits,” officials said.

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The MTA's CFO said one reason bus ridership is down is because of subway improvements.

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Residents can vote at several sites throughout the community until April 2.

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Councilman Ydanis Rodriguez announced that he will support landmarking, after opposing it previously.

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Assemblywoman Carmen De La Rosa asked to see GWB Terminal contracts for months before getting them.

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The meeting has been rescheduled three times in the past four months.