Local Races Just Beginning to Shape Up

Local Races Just Beginning to Shape Up Updated

🕔17:21, 7.Feb 2013

Petitioning season is months away and candidates for 2013 races are beginning to position themselves. With many open seats due to term limits and late deciders just entering campaigns, voters will have to pay close attention. For months, state Senator

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Students, Others Rally around Congressman Major Owens as Interim President

Students, Others Rally around Congressman Major Owens as Interim President Updated

🕔16:58, 7.Feb 2013

Students at Medgar Evers College were prescient regarding the eminent leadership crisis at the school. Mere days before President Pollard announced his resignation, a group called Students for Owens called for Congressman Major Owens to lead the college on an

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Eddie Castro’s Sports: The Wrap-up Updated

🕔16:32, 7.Feb 2013

Now that the Super Bowl is over and done with, what will the Jets and Giants roster look like in the 2013-14 season? The Jets season was just one big circus, led by coach Rex Ryan. Ryan did not make

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Parent’s Notebook: A Tribute to Artists Who Left Guidance for our Children Updated

🕔16:30, 7.Feb 2013

As we celebrate Black History Month, the contributions made acknowledging and appreciating our youth by musicians (now deceased) are remembered. Being artists, they captured with music and words the promise of youth –reminding us of our duty to them. But

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Comptroller John Liu THE PEOPLES’ FRONTRUNNER for MAYOR of NEW YORK CITY

Comptroller John Liu THE PEOPLES’ FRONTRUNNER for MAYOR of NEW YORK CITY Updated

🕔16:19, 7.Feb 2013

Follow the money is the general rule when you think a crime has been committed, and because at 80% of the children in ACS programs are African-American or Hispanic, we questioned if the businesses receiving city payments for children supplies

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