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Mayor Catches Up With Freddie In Most Recent Poll; Ognibene Woos Conservatives I

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In an interesting development, last week Mayor Michael Bloomberg pulled even in a poll with Fernando Ferrer, the most serious Democratic challenger to the mayor More...

Tsunami Relief Efforts

Councilmembers James F. Gennaro (center) and John Liu (far right) join Principal Frank McQuail (second from right), parents and students at John Bowne High School%27s winter carnival. The event featured food and games from around the world. More...

Seniors

Pataki Budget Proposal Slashes Medicaid Benefits By $1 B

Medicaid, the health care program for low-income families, including seniors and the disabled, would be cut sharply under the 2005 budget proposed last week by Governor George Pataki. More...

Editorials

English Is Key To Success For Immigrants

A summit meeting on immigrant family literacy recently convened by the city Department of Youth and Community Development, the Literacy Assistance Center and the New York Times Company Foundation revealed that finding a literacy program that takes in More...

Letters

Where

To The Editor: Forty-four years ago in May 1961 we moved into our Forest Hills rent-stabilized apartment. This year, 2005, the lack of heat in our apartment has been the worst since we moved in 44 years ago. Why? More...

New York City: A City Of Opportunities

A city of opportunity More...

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