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“A Rejection of Electoral Chicanery”

“A Rejection of Electoral Chicanery”

Alessandra Biaggi’s victory in the state Senate race is key for the progressive movement in New York.

Long Lines, Motivated Voters

Long Lines, Motivated Voters

New Yorkers brave the nasty weather to send a message to elected officials: listen to our concerns.

Rezoning of Jerome Avenue

Rezoning of Jerome Avenue

The plan for the revitalization has split the community.

First Animal Care Center Proposed for Bronx

First Animal Care Center Proposed for Bronx

A $60 million full-service facility may be coming to Co-op City.

Submerge Marine Science Festival

Submerge Marine Science Festival

New Yorkers flocked to the Hudson for a celebration of coastal waters and marine life.

National Blind Sports Day

National Blind Sports Day

“Blind or visually impaired students do things they thought they couldn’t do.”

T-R-U-M-P Place No More

T-R-U-M-P Place No More

The Trump name is taken off another New York building.

HIV Treatment Offers Clue for Opioid Crisis

HIV Treatment Offers Clue for Opioid Crisis

Major scientific advances, better access to treatment, prevention and education made HIV a treatable disease.

Learning to Walk Again

Learning to Walk Again

Many prosthetic options are available for those who lose a foot or leg.