Saturday, August 23, 2014

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Fatal 1964 Incident Sparked Days of Riots in Harlem, Brooklyn

The death of Eric Garner is obviously not the first community outrage over the death of an African-American at the hands of a white police officers. Fifty years and a day before the death of Eric Garner, a fatal incident occurred that sparked days of riots in Harlem and in Brooklyn. 08/22/2014 08:42 PM

The return of G train service between Brooklyn and Queens is just over two weeks away, and in an NY1 exclusive, transit reporter Jose Martinez takes an inside look at how the Greenpoint Tube, which was badly damaged by Hurricane Sandy, is being strengthened for future storms.

08/22/2014 07:35 PM

Number of Green Taxicabs Expected to Double

The city Taxi and Limousine Commission is now selling 6,000 new permits for the lime colored cabs which serve upper Manhattan and the other four boroughs.

08/22/2014 09:45 AM

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NY1 Online: Reporters Preview Garner Rally

The four members of the Inside City Hall Reporters Roundtable - Wall Street Journal reporter Mara Gay; Crain's New York political reporter Andrew Hawkins; Robert George of the New York Post editorial board; and Capital New York reporter Laura Nahmias - joined Inside City Hall to preview a rally in Staten Island to protest the death of Eric Garner and discuss the mayor’s decision to give some bus school drivers a raise.

08/22/2014 09:07 PM

NY1 Online: Candidates in Manhattan Assembly District Debate on NY1

The four Democratic contenders for the 76th Assembly district on Manhattan's Upper East Side - Rebecca Seawright, David Menegon, Gus Christensen and Ed Hartzog - joined Inside City Hall for a fiery debate in the race to replace scandal-scarred Assemblyman Micah Kellner, who is not seeking re-election.

08/22/2014 09:01 PM




Rockaway Residents Rally for Extended Ferry Service

The Rockaway ferry has become very popular with residents and business owners, who are now pushing the city to keep the service going. They argue the ferry has helped their community in more ways than one since Hurricane Sandy. Updated 08/21/2014 01:29 PM

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