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The secret $6M plan to save the Central Park Boathouse
"A darkened Boathouse would leave a heartbreaking hole in the park at a time when New York’s green lung needs all the wholesome, law-abiding human traffic it can handle."
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Firefighters’ union backs GOP’s Nicole Malliotakis in House race after staying neutral in 2020
Uniformed Firefighters Association President Andrew Ansbro cited Rep. Malliotakis' role in ongoing efforts to provide for 9/11 survivors as key to earning his union's support.
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House longshot Suraj Patel accuses Nadler of ‘reckless’ abandonment of Biden, Obama
“Those two have been touting their seniority, when they made the most rookie mistake in politics and threw their president under the bus!” Patel said of the two septuagenarians – Nadler is 75 and Maloney is 76. 
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Newly-signed NY law says toy weapons must be white, bright colors, or ‘translucent’
"Restricting these realistic-looking devices will ensure misleading and potentially dangerous devices are off our streets, keeping kids, law enforcement and all New Yorkers safe," Hochul said.
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Man arrested after throwing brick at ambulance, fighting with cops: NYPD
The Queens man allegedly punched and kicked the officers while refusing to be cuffed, police said.
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Ex-Boston prosecutor and social justice advocate accused of rape at NYC hotel
Adam Foss, 42, was indicted on charges of first degree rape and sexual abuse for allegedly having sex with a 25-year-old woman while she slept in a Midtown Manhattan hotel room on Oct. 21, 2017, according to the Manhattan District Attorney's office.
Carriage horse was ‘in distress’ hours before collapsing on NYC street: witness
The carriage horse that collapsed on a Manhattan street last Wednesday was “in distress” and “having trouble walking” in Central Park four hours before the troubling incident, a witness said. The struggling steed, named Ryder, was also being berated and screamed at by his driver, who was seen slapping and flogging the horse with his...
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Brooklyn state Sen. Kevin Parker, staff treat themselves on donors’ dime
"It's so disappointing to see that at this moment, when so many people are struggling to pay their bills and keep a roof over their heads," David Alexis said in a statement.
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Queens mail carriers busted in alleged $16M fraud scheme
Stacks of mail accidentally left in a hotel room led to the arrest of three crooked Queens postal carriers.
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Chuck Schumer backs Nadler over Maloney in heated NY-12 House race
“New York has a lot of outstanding leaders but few of them lead with the courage, conviction, and brilliant legislative effectiveness of my friend, Jerry Nadler," Sen. Chuck Schumer said.
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NYC’s former ‘Lullaby of Broadway’ hotel being turned into migrant shelter: sources
A luxury Manhattan hotel once touted as the "Lullaby of Broadway" will soon be providing beddy-bye to hundreds of asylum-seeking migrants, The Post has learned.
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Off-duty detective tries to foil robbery, shoots at armed man on NYC street
An off-duty detective fired his weapon at a gun-wielding robber on an East Harlem street Monday morning, cops said.
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Zeldin, GOP accuse Hochul of abuse of power with latest COVID emergency extension
Republicans say Gov. Kathy Hochul has gone too far in extending the COVID-19 state of emergency for yet another month despite low caseloads in recent months.
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