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Concourse »

The county Democrats and the Bronx Borough President have endorsed different candidates.

Civic Center »

A staffer for Williams sent a campaign email during work hours in a possible conflict of interest.

Mott Haven »

The audit, which was completed on Thursday, came after a request by Councilman Rafael Salamanca.

Midtown »

Several bills would make it illegal for pharmacies to sell tobacco products and packs would cost $13. 

Kingsbridge »

The bill would require agencies to notify community leaders if a project is delayed by 60 days or more.

Tompkinsville »

The City Council added the rebuilding of the center to their preliminary response to the mayor's budget.

Washington Heights »

Residents can vote for their top 5 projects until April 2. 

Bed-Stuy »

Cory Provost says criminal justice reform and educational development are at the top of his list.

Prospect Heights »

Ede Fox, Cumbo's challenger in 2013, has already raised nearly $30,000 for her campaign, filings show.

Concourse »

The bill aims to help auto shops on Jerome Avenue avoid getting pushed out under the upcoming rezoning.

Sunset Park »

Workers at a Sunset Park plant want to unionize, but have been blocked by the company, officials say.

Chelsea »

The proposed legislation would exempt "affordable" supermarkets from the city's commercial rent tax.

Civic Center »

City officials said the state should pay for them, but state officials have balked.

Stapleton »

The North Shore activist officially announced her run on Friday afternoon.

Williamsburg »

District Leader Tommy Torres is considering a bid for Reynoso's city council seat, he said.