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Board members blame perennial poor performance but, they say, by redirecting the resources they can improve education across the City.
The special investigator for the city’s school system found that director of public affairs Lenny Speiller asked that a petition sent to parent coordinators include a line in support of ending the rules.
Thousands of needy children on Long Island are getting the supplies they need for the first day of school, thanks to the Family Service League.
WCBS 880′s Pat Farnack interviewed founder Arianna Huffington about a big story involving sugar daddies, overcoming fear, and much more.
The Certificate of Still Birth Bill was first introduced in New York in 2003, but failed to pass because opponents feared it would impinge on abortion rights. The language of the bill has since been rewritten to address those concerns.
Demonstrators gathered outside the state office building on 125th Street in Harlem to demand the NAACP withdraw from a lawsuit filed by the United Federation of Teachers.
Assembly Health and Senior Services Committee chairman Herb Conway said the bill was a “recipe for disaster.” The Burlington County Democrat, who also is a physician, said it could lead to outbreaks of preventable diseases.
A longer school day, fewer elective courses, and teacher layoffs are among proposed changes that have the town of Briarcliff Manor up in arms Thursday.
As more and more baby boomers retire, they’re taking on a new full-time job – caring for an ailing parent.
Democrats, Republicans, elephants, donkeys – what better day to talk to your kids about the importance of voting and our political system than today!
Kids love Halloween because they get a ton of candy, and they get it fast – but that can often be a cause of concern for parents. Parents should check their kids’ candy hauls as soon as they return from trick-or-treating.
The star of the New York Gubernatorial Debate is now an action figure.
They are against his plan to end erroneous assessment refunds to home owners.
Rakeem Gartrell of Irvington must serve 85 percent of his term before becoming eligible for parole under the sentence imposed.
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