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Gov. Andrew Cuomo continues to lead his little-known Republican challenger Rob Astorino by a wide margin, according to a poll by Siena College released Monday.
Americans committed to better living for bosses can take heart at the fact that college and university administrators-unlike their faculty and students -are thriving.
A small group of activists gathered near City Hall on Monday to call for the resignation of NYPD Commissioner William Bratton, a federal investigation into what they called the Police Department's "culture of brutality," and an abrupt end to the policing policy known as "Broken Windows."
Gail Levin, the acknowledged authority on American realist painter Edward Hopper, will present a talk about the artist at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, July 24, at the Norman Rockwell Museum.
More than six months after he took office - and hours before departing for a 10-day family vacation in Italy - Mayor Bill de Blasio stepped to the microphones in City Hall on the afternoon of July 17 to announce he had filled the last major vacancy in city government.
Herbert Kaus was initiated into the then Gamma Chapter of Pi Lambda Phi at the City College of New York in 1897.
Just 27 members of Curtis High School's 485-student graduating class came out for Friday morning's brief commencement do-over at the Petrides School auditorium in Sunnyside.
ROBIN TRIMARCHIemail@example.comRandolph Prudent, a native of Haiti, is the new principal for Calvary Christian High School.
As one of the largest theatrical events in the world, The New York International Fringe Festival boasts an impressive roster of world premieres yearly.
The Great American Songbook Concert Series continues at Memorial Hall in Wilmington on Saturday, July 19, beginning at 8 p.m. The monthly series began last month to call attention to and aid charitable organizations in and around the Deerfield Valley.
For Tamara Robinson, life as a labor activist started early. Born and raised in a union household, she remembers standing on a CWA picket line with her father and other telephone workers in 1989.
The city plans to sell a parking lot in Flushing or $1, according to Crain's , using the bargain basement price to lure a developer with a good affordable housing proposal.
It's the day the Huguenot resident received a new liver - just 17 days before his 22 birthday on July 24. It is a matching set with his Matt's Biliary Atresia Fighters - the congenital liver condition that began his life "in combat" - against liver disease.
As the age of longevity becomes more commonplace with each decade that passes, it's not unusual to bear witness to seniors achieving century status.
Updated: Tue Jul 22, 2014 08:26 am
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