August 24, 2005 RSS feed / Features

Radical Changes In NYC Schools Start Second Year

Three years ago, Mayor Michael Bloomberg began the most radical changes in the history of public education in New York City after gaining control of the city More...

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Atonement Lutheran: More...

5 Students Win Scholarships From Commerce Bank

Five students from Queens were recipients of Commerce Bank More...

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LAFAYETTE HAILS TAX-FREE WEEK: August 30 through September 5 is tax-free week in New York, so it More...

Those Most Trusted Attack Those Most Vulnerable

The Mount Sinai Sexual Assault and Violence Intervention (SAVI) Program wants increased community awareness to confront the lack of serious consequences for perpetrators of sexual violence. More...

Onorato: Volunteer Opportunities With Mount Sinai SAVI Program

State Senator George Onorato (D More...

Council Overrides Mayor’s Veto Of Food Stamp Bills

Three bills that will allow New York City residents greater access to the federal food stamp program were enacted by the City Council over Mayor Michael Bloomberg More...

7 Banks Partner To Build Habitat Homes In Queens, Harlem

Citigroup, Credit Suisse First Boston, HSBC, PNC Bank, Wachovia and Washington Mutual have partnered to build Habitat for Humanity homes in Queens and Harlem for the Financial Services Roundtable More...

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