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‘Let’s Get Ready To Rumble’—Mayoral And City Council Races Top Ballot This Year

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The year just ended provided a head start for several Democratic hopefuls wanting to challenge incumbent Mayor Michael Bloomberg, but the real race will now begin in earnest with the primaries and general election in clear sight. More...

On the local scene this year, the mayoral and other citywide contests for public advocate and comptroller will get competition for news space and attention from the 51 city councilmembers who are up for re-election to their second and final four-year More...

On the brief side...

New Truck Loading Zones In Flushing Existing More...

Seniors

AARP Takes Strong Stand Against Privatizing Social Security

Any day now we should be seeing newspaper ads sponsored by the American Association of Retired People (AARP) opposing President George W. Bush More...

Editorials

Tolerance Is Hallmark Of Queens Holidays

The day known as the Epiphany, January 6, is sacred to many segments of the Christian faith and of great importance to many more. The word epiphany also means a moment of intuitive understanding or flash of insight. More...

Letters

More Elder Care Needed To The Editor: I am writing to express concern for more programs to care for the homebound elderly. I applaud the senior citizens centers More...

Fire Safety: A New Year's Resolution To Keep

As 2004 drew to a close, New York was on course to record our fewest fire fatalities in 85 years. That would be since 1919, the last year Babe Ruth played for the Red Sox. It More...

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