In May 2013, while going through a divorce, Richardson called the police and accused her husband, Nathan Richardson, of mailing letters laced with the poison… 299 more words
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NEW YORK (PIX11) - In the aftermath of the “historic” blizzard that wasn’t, Mayor de Blasio is taking things in stride — including reading aloud from an Onion article lampooning the city’s dire warnings. 258 more words
By: Mathias Kranacher
Walking through New York City, coming across a public school that either closed or immensely overcrowded is not something out of the ordinary and Flushing High School is no exception. 813 more words
NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Mayor Bill de Blasio plans to update the city’s collection of art.
As CBS2’s Steve Langford reported, the mayor may take down some portraits at City Hall and hang others up, but not everyone agrees with his vision. 375 more words
Mayor’s actions aren’t measuring up
Re: “The Soapbox: Why the mayor won’t support a conversion,” T&V, Oct. 9
To the Editor:
Iggy Reilly argues that the mayor won’t support a conversion because it would reduce the number of affordable housing units; since the mayor supports “affordable housing,” whatever that means, he can’t appear to contradict himself by advocating both. 958 more words