Queens Grocer At His Wit's End As Store Goes Weeks Without PowerAnil Argawal, wiping away tears, explains the frustration of sitting in his dark Kew Gardens, Queens, grocery store, with no electricity. empty coolers and freezers, and no business for months.
Mocking Ad Campaign Urges De Blasio To Pay Up More To Fix SubwaysTransit workers are taking aim at Mayor Bill de Blasio with a six-figure ad campaign that attempts to encourage him to contribute more to fix the subways.
CBS2 Exclusive: Sneak Peek Inside Next Phase Of Moynihan Station ProjectThe station, named after the late New York Sen. Daniel Patrick Moynihan, will be at the landmark Farley Post Office Building and will accommodate both Long Island Rail Road and Amtrak passengers.
Restaurant Owners Find De Blasio’s Electric Bike Crackdown Far From AppetizingThe mayor's new initiative -- taking aim at bikers who break the law -- may mean you have to wait a little longer for your takeout.
Cuomo Tours Subway Power System, Orders Modernization Within One YearGov. Andrew Cuomo went underground Wednesday for a top-to-bottom view of the dilapidated Metropolitan Transportation Authority subway power system.
Manhattan Commercial Real Estate Tax Is Driving Businesses Under, Critics SayA demand for mayoral intervention was issued Tuesday – in the form of a simple tax reform to help stem the glut of empty storefronts in some of the city’s nicest neighborhoods.
Email Release Raises Questions About De Blasio And Pay-To-PlayMayor Bill de Blasio was on the defensive Monday, amid new questions about a pay-to-play culture at city hall.
De Blasio Announces Plan To Tax Wealthiest New Yorkers To Help Fund Subways, BusesThe top tax rate would rise from about 3.9 percent to 4.4 percent and would affect individuals making more than $500,000 a year and couples earning more than $1 million.
A Report Card On Mayor De Blasio's Efforts In Office As He Runs For ReelectionMayor Bill de Blasio is running for reelection, but with the latest poll showing New Yorkers split on whether he deserves a second term, it seemed like a good time to ask “how he’s doin’.”
Deadly Shootings Prompt Increased Security For Brooklyn’s J’Ouvert FestivalThe NYPD plans to use a 'New Year's Eve in Times Square' security plan to end the spiraling violence that has beset Brooklyn's J'Ouvert festival.
Voters Split On Re-Electing De Blasio Following Summer Of ControversyA summer of controversy has send Mayor Bill de Blasio's approval rating into a dramatic downward spiral with voters split on whether he should get a second term.
After 2 Years Of Gun Violence, City To Move J'Ouvert Celebration To DaylightPolice have a new weapon against the gun violence that has plagued the annual J’ouvert festival.

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