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‘Free China’ Documentary Brings Global Awareness to NJ State Legislature
Policymakers and staff of the New Jersey Legislature were invited to attend a special screening of the new ...
December 18, 2012
Sen. Gillibrand Calls for Overhaul of Food Safety Regulations
U.S. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) to draft the E. coli Eradication Act.
October 19, 2009
Flu Fighters Initiative Aims to Boost Flu Prevention in NYC
Flu season is once again upon us, and New York City is taking serious measures to fight the ...
October 15, 2009
Fish Pedicures: New Trend Linked to Health Hazards
Latest beauty trend, fish pedicures, offered in salons and spas across New York City, has raised significant concerns.
October 13, 2009
MTA Receives $2 Million to Reduce Energy Costs
Metropolitan Transportation Authority sees a stimulus injection of $2 million to reduce energy costs.
October 12, 2009
Midtown Manhattan Anti-Terror Plan to Cost $24 Million
Midtown Manhattan is getting a security makeover with $24 million being spent on cameras and license plate readers.
October 5, 2009
Friendly Parking Coming to New York City
New York City is embarking on an ambitious new strategy to improve parking availability.
October 1, 2009
Staten Island Waterfront Gets $150 Million Revamp
Mayor Bloomberg announced on Wednesday that the city has secured a commitment to revamp Staten Island Waterfront.
September 17, 2009
FEMA Grants Disaster Aid for Flooded N.Y. Counties
Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) grants disaster aid to New York counties recovering from severe floods.
September 7, 2009
New Web Site Aids in Search for Affordable Pet Care
The Mayor's Alliance for NYC's Animals announced the launch of an informative online resource center on Thursday.
September 5, 2009
Study: Anti-Immigrant Hate Crimes Persist
A report by the Southern Poverty Law Center reveals abuse and discrimation against Latinos in Suffolk County, N.Y.
September 3, 2009
U.S. Senator Schumer Proposes New Air Safety Regulations Over Hudson
The call for action comes on the heels of the deadly crash of the Liberty Tours helicopter and ...
August 31, 2009
Styrofoam Ban Proposed for New York Schools
Environmental and health concerns over Styrofoam use came to light On Monday.
August 25, 2009
NY Politicians Call for Airline Passenger Bill of Rights
Sen. Schumer State Assemblyman Gianaris called for legislation to protect the rights of airline travelers nationwide.
August 24, 2009
Nation’s First Stimulus-Funded Housing to Break Ground in NYC
Construction of low-income housing developments is part of the City's Five Borough Economic Opportunity Plan.
August 18, 2009
Task Force Issues Recommendations to Combat Hate Crimes
The Hate Crimes Task Force released recommendations to combat discriminatory crimes across New York State.
August 17, 2009
Prescription Drug Prices Vary Greatly Across NYC
A new study released by Councilman Eric Gioia reveals that prescription drug prices differs greatly across the five ...
August 2, 2009
Gioia: Prepare for Swine Flu Return
Councilman Eric Gioia has proposed a five-point plan to enhance New York City's readiness for a potential epidemic.
July 30, 2009
NYC Offers New Kid TV Programs in Spanish
To the delight of Latino families across New York City, Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg announced the launch of ...
July 30, 2009
New East River Science Park Signs First Tenant
Pharmaceutical giant Eli Lilly and Company has signed on to become the first tenant of the new commercial ...
July 22, 2009
Bloomberg and Seabrook Voice Support for Judge Sotomayor
With the U.S. Senate's confirmation hearing underway, Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg and Council Member Larry Seabrook issued statements ...
July 20, 2009
Parking Rules Temporarily Suspended in Brooklyn
City seeks to revamp street-cleaning schedule.
July 14, 2009
New Initiatives Aim to Boost NYC Media Industry
Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg unveiled eight new initiatives on Tuesday in the effort to strengthen the economic outlook ...
July 9, 2009
Milk: Cheaper in Manhattan?
According to a new study by Councilman Eric Gioia, the cost of milk varies vastly across New York ...
July 7, 2009
New York City Named First for Road Rage
New York City has been named as the least courteous city in the country in the fourth annual...
June 18, 2009
Council Member Yassky Urges Expansion of Affordable Housing
Council Member David Yassky, who is a Democratic candidate for New York City Comptroller...
May 29, 2009
Brooklyn Veteran Receives WWII Medals 64 Years Later
In a special tribute perfectly fit for the Memorial Day, Representative Anthony Weiner (D-Brooklyn and Queens) honored a ...
May 26, 2009
Some Grocery Stores Forced to Close in New Mexico, Leading to Long Lines
Georgia Officials Respond to Election-Related Shredding Video
Trump Cheers Dow Jones Hitting 30,000
Pennsylvania Legislative Committee Rejects Call for Election-Related Risk-Limiting Audit
Trump: ‘GSA Does Not Determine Who the Next President of the United States Will Be’
Former New York City Mayor David Dinkins Dies at 93
Wisconsin Officials Find Uncounted Ballots During Recount
Subpoena in Georgia Election Lawsuit Seeks Video Footage From State Farm Arena
Pennsylvania Certifies Result of Nov. 3 Election, Governor Announces
Republican Michigan Election Board Official: ‘Wife and Children’ Were Threatened