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The City Council voted unanimously yesterday to override a mayoral veto in a rare rebuke to Bloomberg.
The City Council voted unanimously yesterday to override a mayoral veto
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Transit Worker Union members get their message out in past years.
The contract negotiations between the Metropolitan Transportation Authority and Transport Workers Union Local 100 TWU, which
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Residents of Councilmember Jumaane Williams' district in Flatbush met in October to review ideas about how he should spend his discretionary funding.
From the Occupy protestors to
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Supporters of a living wage march in the Labor Day parade
Linda Archer, 58, spent years working double shifts as a nurse's assistant at St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital while she
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Apple Eco-Friendly Cleaning co-owners regularly meet at member Luz Maria Arias' fourth floor walkup in Jackson Heights.
In 2006, Teresa Perez and 14 other immigrant women began meeting
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Mayor Michael Bloomberg celebrated the work of his Center for Economic Opportunity in 2007, but in the years since poverty in New
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Protesters gather to demonstrate on Wall Street.
In the damp, pre-dawn darkness over Zuccotti Park, three thousand people were ready for a confrontation. Police vans interspersed with news vehicles
"Thank you for calling Workforce1," begins the recorded greeting. "Your success begins here."
If you called, you live in New York City and are one of an estimated 600,000 city residents
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Science Applications International Corp., or SAIC, the main contractor on the CityTime project, has some 41,000 employees at locations around the world, including this one in Texas.
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In May, Mayor Michael Bloomberg announced a budget that relied almost exclusively on cuts to erase a budget gap. With more red ink on the horizon, will