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State Sen. Gustavo Rivera continues to be on a mission to ensure that every New York resident has comprehensive healthcare coverage. The incumbent has had that vision since he was first elected to the legislature. more
RSS Center for Ageless Living executive director Julie Dalton thanks members and politicians for their work on the collaboration with Horace Mann School during its annual gala at the Riverdale Yacht Club off the Hudson River. Monday. more
Incumbent Jeffrey Dinowitz has defeated challenger Jessica Altagracia Woolford in the Democratic primary for his Assembly seat, according to unofficial New York elections board results. more
 State Sen. Gustavo Rivera is still not getting an endorsement from the Bronx Democratic Party in his bid to hold onto his seat in the newly drawn 33rd district. Instead, the county organization is backing his challenger, political newcomer Miguelina Camilo. more
The nearly $101 billion city budget that Mayor Eric Adams and the city council agreed to  and eventually approved last week got accolades and at least one criticism for not going far enough for the homeless. more
Jeffrey Dinowitz has served as the assemblyman in the northwest Bronx for just under 30 years. In that time, he has passed hundreds of bills, spearheaded the development of a new business district, repaired roads and brought in funding for new schools. Now he’s hoping voters will put their faith in him once more as he goes up against organizer Jessica Altagracia Woolford in the Democratic primary on Tuesday. more
Primary election day is just around the corner on Tuesday. In the Bronx, voters will make their picks for governor, lieutenant governor, state assembly and other party positions. more
Harry Wilson doesn’t have the most recognizable name among those running for governor — in either party. But then again, as the self-proclaimed turnaround expert might say, maybe he should. more
There aren’t many people who can say they’ve come close to beating Andrew Cuomo — especially at the height of the former governor’s popularity. But Rob Astorino can. more
When he first ran for president in 2008, Barack Obama took a lot of flak from opponents over his college days as a “community organizer” — work that has never been easy to define. more
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