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"Alan Gerson has been indirectly relying on taxpayer money to fund his campaign, so it makes sense that the CFB would not further subsidize Gerson's incompetence," said Pete Gleason, a Civil Rights Attorney and former FDNY Firefighter challenging Gerson in next month's Democratic primary for Lower Manhattan's 1st City Council District.

Continuing to rack up significant support from labor in this race, Manhattan DA candidate Richard Aborn received the endorsement of the Communications Workers of America (CWA) District 1, as well as a city local, CWA 1180, which represents municipal workers.

What are the pros and cons of feeding babies formula versus breast milk? And if I purchase formula, should I spend the extra money on the organic variety?

Educator Yetta Kurland has an important message about music in our schools!

 


Though the growing opinion seems to be that economic recovery is afoot, not everyone thinks so.  The Growth Stock Wire writer Jeff Clark seems to disagree.

The United Federation of Teachers, which represents more than 200,000 men and women in New York, announced their endorsement of Cy Vance for Manhattan District Attorney, with a boisterous rally on the steps of City Hall.

 


Since Obama took office, have any new incentives been put in place for homeowners looking to increase energy efficiency and reduce the overall environmental footprints of their homes?  

Mahattan DA candidate, Richard Aborn, announced the support of The Metropolitan Council on Housing. 


Congresswoman Nydia Velázquez, who represents New York’s 12th Congressional District, today announced her support for Cy Vance, Democratic candidate for Manhattan District Attorney.

The costs to install renewable energy systems vary greatly by location, warn researchers at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, which is supported by the Department of Energy (DOE). And kilowatt hour (kWh) costs vary by utility, as do state and local financial incentives. One piece of good news...