Both Christine Quinn and Bill de Blasio testified to Campaign Finance Board to exempt unions and non-profits from stringent disclosure rules it recently adopted.
Andrew Cuomo didn’t rule out a hike in the minimum wage.
The city’s Board of Election suspended an employee who is also a top figure in the Queens GOP for soliciting a bribe.
Peter Vallone had the NYPD install a surveillance camera at a parking lot where a vicious mugging occurred, and hung a sign that seemed to taunt would-be assailants.
A year into the job, Dennis Walcott hasn’t imploded into an embarrassing mess like former schools Chancellor Cathie Black — but he also hasn’t transformed into the nation’s latest star education reformer in the style of Joel Klein.
Walcott also said that he supports giving teacher data to parents but not to the public at large.
Pedro G Espada switched seats at the defense table in his and his father’s embezzlement trial in an effort to confuse a witness.
Commuters beware! A water main dating back to 1898 broke in Lower Manhattan, snarling subway lines.
Community groups are pooling money to buy the vacant Pfizer site in Brooklyn in order to build affordable housing there.
The Bloomberg administration touted two development deals in the Bronx–at Kingsbridge and at Zerega Avenue–which are expected to bring 900 jobs to the area.
The city’s population continues to grow.
Post 9/11 security upgrades to the region’s transit system continues to lag.
Ideas about how to turn the Tappan Zee into a park are starting to grow.
Chris Christie has been generous with tax breaks in an effort to lure jobs to New Jersey.
The MTA halted work at a construction site after a fatal crane collapse yesterday.
Engineers are seeking ways to fortify New York’s power grid.
The Mets are so concerned about empty seats for Opening Day today that they made a last minute buy one get one free promotion.
A former US Navy warehouse in Brooklyn will soon be home to the world’s largest rooftop garden.
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