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Hunts Point »

Helen Foreman-Hines, political project director at 1199 SEIU, intends to run for the City Council.

Hunts Point »

Julio Pabón joins a crowded field of candidates vying to replace Councilwoman Maria del Carmen Arroyo.

Hunts Point »

Anthony Sanchez would hope to focus on education and police-community relations as a councilman.

Williamsburg »

Cyclists should be able to ride through red lights and stop signs without stopping, one local pol says.

St. George »

The Zoning and Franchises subcommittee unanimously voted to approve the changes to the wheel on Tuesday.

Washington Heights »

Councilman Mark Levine declined to submit the proposal because Dinkins' family was not supportive.

Long Island City »

More than 21,000 alarms will be placed at schools across the city, at a cost of $5.55 million.

Bed-Stuy »

The volunteer crew received a proclamation from the New York City Council for their work in the area.

Civic Center »

More than a dozen elected officials have been carted off in cuffs or convicted in court since 2010.

Midtown East »

The MTA opened the new 50th Street Commons as part of the larger East Side Access project.

Bed-Stuy »

The new "audible alarms bill" requires the city to examine schools to see where alarms are necessary.

Sunnyside »

CIty Councilman Jimmy Van Bramer is launching participatory budgeting in his district next week.

Bed-Stuy »

A stretch of Stuyvesant Avenue could be renamed "Do the Right Thing Way."

Civic Center »

Outgoing FDNY Commissioner Cassano said the loss of hospitals was partly to blame for response times.

Jamaica »

Mayor de Blasio and NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton have said existing staffing levels are sufficient.