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Regardless of what happens on Thursday, Sept. 13, Alessandra Biaggi already has shattered barriers. more
Many of today’s lawmakers changed their work address to Albany after long careers of doing something else. But for Jeffrey Klein, spending his life as a public servant is something he almost always wanted to do. more
As the newest member of the Regional Plan Association’s board of directors, José Luis Cruz already has big plans of his own. more
Jeffrey Dinowitz has picked up the endorsement of one of the state’s largest unions, the Civil Services Employees Association. more
In a borough with painfully low voter turnout, many residents would probably agree — anything hindering access to the polls is bad news. more
It could be what some residents see as a chilling political landscape that has them clinging to vestiges of hope — that groundbreaking change still is possible. That their movement, riding on an ethos of resistance and resurrection, can triumph. more
When school starts at P.S. 81 in dozens of other schools on Sept. 5, drivers need to beware: Despite the state senate failing to renew the speed camera program, a new deal between the governor's office and New York City officials have ensured the cameras stay on, for now. more
Stanley Rosenfeld spent years teaching and serving in the administration of three prominent private schools before finally, in 2001, he plead no contest to two counts of child molestation. more
Van Cortlandt Park is home to acres of greenery, America’s first public golf course, and the unmarked burial ground of slaves and settlers. more
A campaign mailer distributed by Alessandra Biaggi’s senatorial campaign features news headlines addressing Biaggi’s opponent, state Sen. Jeffrey Klein and his former Independent Democratic Conference. more
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