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City Outlines Alternatives In Case Of Transit Strike

Mayor Bloomberg on Monday outlined the city More...

Mayor, Chancellor Announce School Choice Plan

Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg and Chancellor Joel I. Klein this week announced that the Department of Education will establish a citywide public school transfer process for eligible children under the federal No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB). More...

69th Precinct Sergeant Suspended

Following Argument With Supervisor

Police Department authorities this week confirmed a report that a sergeant assigned to Canarsie More...

Arts & Entertainment

Mobster-In-Therapy Sequel Is "Tired, Forced Farce"

AP Movie Writer

There More...

PBS Special Focuses In Uncertain Future Of American Cougars

Hunted almost to extinction over the past three centuries, cougars are making a comeback today, with some 30,000 living in the wilds of North and South America. More...

ANDY ROONEY

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A Winter Wonderland

Soon after six inches of snow fell last week, freelance photographer Adam Gell captured the barren landscape in Marine Park. By the weekend, much of it had evaporated, but don More...

Correction

We listed the incorrect name of Santa More...

Suggestions To Motivate Boys To Read

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Come And Get
Your Money

There is finally some good news about taxes-news directed at nearly a quarter-million hard-working New Yorkers. Suppose you More...

View From the Middle

View From

The MiddleThanks, Frank, For Making Our Season (And Lives) Brighter

So here I am, just before the big deal snowstorm we had last week, shivering my bones as I take pictures of that great holiday display at that beautifully-lit holiday house at the corner of East 93rd Street and Flatlands Avenue. More...

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