Manhattan Borough President Pushes For Legislation To Ban ‘Poor Doors’While some city council members have continued to fight a planned apartment complex with separate doors for luxury and affordable units, one official wants to change the law for the future.
Stringer Wins Contest For New York City ComptrollerManhattan Borough President Scott Stringer was elected New York City comptroller Tuesday night, over five other candidates.
Councilwoman Brewer Wins Nomination For Manhattan Borough PresidentCity Councilwoman Gale Brewer (D-6th) emerged victorious Tuesday in the race for Manhattan borough president.
Spitzer, Stringer Get Personal At Comptroller Candidates' DebateNew York City comptroller candidates Eliot Spitzer and Scott Stringer traded heated barbs Monday night in their second debate.
Zimmerman Found Not Guilty: New Yorkers Take To The Streets Strong reaction has erupted in New York and across the country after a jury found George Zimmerman not guilty in the shooting death of Trayvon Martin.
No Cars Allowed Until Labor Day On Much Of Central Park East, West DrivesFor the next couple of months, much of the East and West drives in Central Park will be closed to automotive traffic.
Manhattan BP Stringer Wants Madison Square Garden Separate From Penn StationStringer said three times more people commute through Penn Station today than when MSG was first approved in 1963. He is calling on the Garden to move in the next 10 years to allow Penn Station to expand.
Report Outlines 'Deplorable' Conditions At City's Animal SheltersA new report by Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer said New York Animal Care and Control shelters are plagued by deplorable conditions and dysfunction at the organizational level.
Manhattan Borough President Stringer Announces Run For City ComptrollerManhattan Borough President Scott Stringer announced Sunday that he will run for city comptroller next year.
Report Highlights Struggles Of Farmers Markets In NYCManhattan Borough President Stringer, in a published report, said groups wanting to open farmers markets face high fees, confusing rules and a lack of coordination among agencies.
East Or West? Some NYC Street Signs Cause ConfusionAll the signs on bus stops lining Fifth Avenue from 59th Street to 110th Street on the Upper East Side said the streets were west streets.