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Abigail Martin, incumbent district leader and political director, seeks re-election in the June 25 primary, focusing on community engagement and legislative priorities. more
Protests in NYC against Israel's actions in Rafah lead to arrests at City College, with virtual classes and increased campus security. Faculty and students push back. more
Lehman College's Jorge Silva-Puras advocates for AI in education, emphasizing its role in enhancing student engagement and critical thinking at the Bronx EdTech Showcase. more
Learn about New York City's congestion pricing sister program bringing discounted Metro-North tickets, aiming to enhance public transit for commuters. more
Community Board 8's opposition to a proposed men's homeless shelter on Broadway due to concerns over transparency and safety. more
NYC unveils modern parking meters citywide, replacing paper receipts with license plate input. Rollout starts May 8, saving miles of receipts and enhancing parking enforcement. more
Mayor Eric Adams proposes City of Yes initiative, reshaping NYC zoning laws. Changes include removing parking mandates to boost housing affordability and density. more
Community Board 8 questions partnership with Colonial Dames overseeing Van Cortlandt House Museum. Concerns raised over inclusivity and community engagement. May meeting planned for further discussion. more
U.S. Rep. Ritchie Torres urges Harvard University to address campus antisemitism after a Jewish student faced harassment. Torres highlights Harvard's culture of impunity. Keywords: Harvard antisemitism, campus discrimination, Ritchie Torres letter, Jewish student harassment, Harvard lawsuit. more
New York legislators and advocates push to close a loophole allowing rape accusations to go uncharged due to victim intoxication. Learn about efforts to change this law. more
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