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Gov. David A. Paterson is expected to name a new chairman and chief executive officer to the Metropolitan Transportation Authority at noon Tuesday. Jay Walder is will be put up for nomination as the MTA's new leader and may end up managing the nation's...
wpix.comGovernor David Paterson unveiled yesterday his plan to utilize $25.5 million in stimulus money to finance a new, environmentally-friendly Long Island Rail Road. Using money from the federal economic-recovery package, a train-washing station will be built...
New York City's biggest show of gay pride was as campy and colorful as ever, but with the spectacle always comes the cry for equality. The community had hoped this would have been a true wedding march down fifth avenue, but with the state senate at a...
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wpix.comFuneral services for a Westchester firefighter, who died while battling an intentionally set house fire Friday, were underway Tuesday. Patrick Joyce, Jr., a 16-year veteran of the Yonkers Fire Department, was laid to rest at St. Margaret of Cortona Roman...
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wpix.comNew York Governor David Paterson named Richard Ravitch - the former MTA chairman credited most recently with devising a plan to help bail out the cash-strapped transportation agency - as lieutenant governor Wednesday, in an effort to end the stalemate...
An arbitration panel has awarded transit workers with a generous 3 year contract that includes wage increases of more than 11 percent. And in a significant development, the panel also rolled back a portion of the employee health care contribution that the...
wpix.comDrastic changes may be coming to the State University of New York system. SUNY colleges may be forced to eliminate programs, boost class sizes and reduce course offerings. These changes comes on the heels of an order from Gov. David A. Paterson this week...
Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg, Governor David A. Paterson and local officials today opened the newest section of Brooklyn Bridge Park at Pier 6 and kicked off the Governors Island 2010 public access season. Mayor Bloomberg also announced new, free weekend...
wpix.comIt's a tax day tradition. Every year after the April 15th deadline, many public officials and those running for office, make their tax returns public. But in New Jersey, Governor Chris Christie broke the trend by not releasing information about his...
An emergency rescue plan for off-track betting has saved the jobs of 1300 to 1500 workers, at least for now. The board of New York City's bankrupt Off-Track Betting Corporation voted on Saturday to continue operations for another year, just one day...
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wpix.comNew York Governor David Paterson vows to serve out his last 306 days in office despite calls for his resignation. Gov. Paterson spoke at a breakfast forum Monday morning claiming that he still has the authority to govern and will continue to do so amid a...
Under mounting pressure not to run, Governor David Paterson announced Friday that he is officially ending his election bid. At a news conference in his Midtown offices, Paterson cited an accumulation of distractions, but said he had never abused his...
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