New York City Councilman Daniel Halloran (R-19th) wants bribery charges against him dismissed.
Councilman Daniel Halloran said Wednesday that he wouldn’t seek to keep his Queens seat in November’s election so he could focus on exonerating himself.
Already hit with criminal charges alleging that he took bribes in a federal corruption case, New York City Councilman Daniel Halloran (R-19th) is now facing an investigation by his own colleagues.
State Sen. Malcolm Smith, City Councilman Dan Halloran and four others were arrested Tuesday in what U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara called “an unappetizing smorgasbord of greed” involving “six officials who together build a corridor of corruption.”
Spring Valley Mayor Noramie Jasmin was charged Tuesday with mail fraud in a complaint centering on New York City politics.
Mayor Bloomberg said he believes the opportunity for the kind of corruption alleged against the political leaders arose because political parties are part and parcel of New York City’s elections.
A New York City Council member came personally to a gas station in Queens to help fix a crashed computer system, according to the owner of the service station.
Silver hosted a meet and greet luncheon on 9/11, with some attendees donating money to Congressional candidate Assemblywoman Grace Meng.
As Mayor Michael Bloomberg continues to tout his plan to ban over-sized sugary drinks in New York City, some city lawmakers are speaking out against the proposal.
This Queens neighborhood used to have streets named after things seen every day, like a church. Then the Queens grid took over. Now, things are going back to the way they once were, though many never actually spoke of the streets using the numbers.
Peter Koo and Dan Halloran are concerned about the proliferation of shops and stores that have store names written in other languages.
Queens Councilman Dan Halloran says workers were told they wouldn’t be written up or “tightly scrutinized” for missing routes and skipping streets.
There is no mercy for New York City taxpayers. Word came Thursday of yet another property tax hike.
EXCLUSIVE: The city Department of Transportation reacted speedily to correct a hazardous street condition exposed by CBS 2 this week, but they may have made things even worse.
Who would install a traffic island that forces drivers to go perilously close to speeding trains to make a turn? If your answer is the New York City Department of Transportation, you’d be right.