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State Sen. Gianaris is pushing lawmakers to keep working through summer until the MTA is funded.

West Harlem »

The "summer of hell" hasn't yet begun, but MTA riders are already giving the governor hell.

Corona »

Councilwoman Julissa Ferreras-Copeland will not seek re-election this year. 

Long Island City »

Engine Company 261 was shuttered under Mayor Michael Bloomberg in 2003.

Jackson Heights »

Residents and activists met at the Jackson Heights Jewish Center after Peralta vowed to hold a hearing.

Fort Wadsworth »

The bill would fix the spelling to the proper Verrazzano-Narrows Bridge.

Lower East Side »

Attendees had political papers confiscated by security officers as they entered a town hall Wednesday.

Jackson Heights »

Organizers are holding Peralta to his promise to hold a meeting at the end of the session, they say. 

Kew Gardens »

Councilwoman Melissa Mark-Viverito joined other elected officials and activists at a rally Thursday

Midtown »

The governor said the city should match the state in funding to fix subway service.  

East Williamsburg »

Bill de Blasio called on city council members to support new jails in their districts.

Jackson Heights »

Cases of housing discrimination based on immigration status have increased over the last 12 months.

East Harlem »

Protesters hissed and booed throughout the meeting, then stormed the stage to protest the vote. 

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