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Alison Russo-Elling was “stabbed multiple times in a barbaric and completely unprovoked attack,” Acting Fire Commissioner Laura Kavanagh says.


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Rep. Tom Malinowski faces a challenge from Republican Tom Kean Jr.


The Department of Human Services said applicants now have until Oct. 31 to turn in missing documents.


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The Street Vendors Project says promised city reforms have done nothing to stop a ticket blitz targeting their members.


City officials are debating a pilot program that would pay people to help keep needles off of sidewalks and out of parks.


Dubbed the “Freelancers Hub,” it will also serve as the headquarters for the Freelancers Union, which represents more than 500,000 independent workers across the country.