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Officials Monday celebrated the donation of the two-story brick building as the new headquarters of the Bronx Council on the Arts.
Congressman Joseph Crowley held his annual women’s history month celebration, honoring three women including a local hero who stood up for victims rights after the tragic death of her son.
A House bill being pushed by Democrats would require Republicans to publicly state whether or not they are accepting taxpayer-subsidized health benefits under the Federal Employee Health Benefits Program.
Supporters of the Democrats' healthcare reform law are calling on all lawmakers to disclose whether they receive congressional health benefits...
On March 23, the one-year anniversary of President Barack Obama’s signing of the Affordable Care Act into law, Congressmember Joseph Crowley joined seniors from Elmcor Senior Center in Elmhurst for a discussion on how the law is helping them.
Congressman Crowley and other local officials protest a proposed MTA bus depot in Maspeth, Queens.
On February 17, Congressmember Joe Crowley (D-Queens/The Bronx) hosted a Black History Month event with special guest U.S. Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr.
Orchard Beach is bigger, better and reborn, thanks to a $13 million "renourishment" project completed last week.
As part of a citywide initiative to put an end to human trafficking, local officials have enlisted New Yorkers to come forward and share their stories.