Hurricane Sandy Won’t Dim Sunset Park Forever

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Sunset Park is still working to recovery from Sandy.

PENY Hosts its Second Historic Tour of East New York

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Preservations work to save historic East New York.

Public urination problems in Forest Hills

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Residents charge that MacDonald park has become plagued with people urinating in the park.

US voter apathy

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The apathy of the public at the US elections has continued to increase. A different take to why it might be so.

District 23 City Council Race

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Citizens in the 23rd district of New York City tell us about their feelings towards local elections and the problems democracy faces due to the dwindling numbers of proactive younger voters.

Proposed Park Upgrades Bring Voters to the Polls in Rahway, NJ

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The 2015 general election brought Rahway residents out to voice their concerns over the $5 million park upgrades the city’s incumbents have planned.

Voter turnout in Williamsburg declines in the past few years

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James Aogolis, 25, has been volunteering as a poll worker in Williamsburg, Brooklyn for 11 years.
Living in the neighborhood for his whole life, James Aogolis witnesses the change of the community.

The Costs of Election Day Filled With Uncontested Races

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On Nov 3, 2015, not many people showed up to vote. The main reason is that most of the races this year were uncontested.