By Erica Varlese

A local Staten Island paper sings praises to technicians keeping New Yorkers cool during the heat wave.

MTA officials claim they can shave $2 million off their budget by being more efficient.

New York City officials are no longer releasing the names of retirees receiving pensions from the city.

The New York State Comptroller reported strong economic improvement since last April, but remains cautious about the future.

Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer wants to overhaul the process for providing money to Councilmembers and their districts. He states that the current system creates political favoritism.  



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