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Legislators Urge Change in Teacher Disciplinary Practice

State Senator Rubén Diaz Sr. wants to terminate what he calls money-wasting rubber rooms. Photo by: Mamta Badkar

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Proposed Law Would Criminalize Drunken Gun-Toting

A new law against carrying a gun while intoxicated would be similar to drunken-driving laws.

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Lost Jobs Mean Lost Family

When the doors closed at Stella D’Oro, the workers lost more than their jobs.

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Who Wants a Jail?

Hunts Point residents still wonder whether another jail will be built in their backyard.

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An Election, Or Something Like It

Voters didn’t turnout on election day. Neither did candidates during the campaign.

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A North Country Perspective on the 23rd District Race

If you want to understand what really happened in Watertown, take a look at the scalpers hawking Yankee tickets in the Bronx.

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Bloomberg Parties On

The contest was much closer than expected, but the mayor still had his celebration — and four more years

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Where Was Ruben Diaz Jr.?

The Bronx borough president made himself scarce on election day after voting early in the morning.

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