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Mayor Bill de Blasio says the city's Build it Back program is making dramatic progress for Sandy victims. Some Queens homeowners agree, paying the program a big compliment Monday.

Updated 8:32 PM

Queens Botanical Garden Hosts Harvest Fest and Pumpkin Patch

The Queens Botanical Garden hosted its fourth annual Harvest Fest and Pumpkin Patch Sunday, where more than 50 vendors sold clothes, goods and fall themed treats, while festivalgoers also enjoyed pony rides, a petting zoo, pumpkin picking, face painting and live music.

3:03 PM

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For YANA Director, Sandy Was a True Test for New Effort

When Hurricane Sandy hit nearly two years ago, one area particularly devastated was the Rockaways. For many there the recovery is still an ongoing process. One man who's been in a position to see that firsthand is the director of a community center that opened its door just weeks before the storm.

10/11/2014 11:15 AM

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NY1 Online: Consultants Discuss Obama's Ebola Crisis Management

Errol Louis discussed the criticism of President Barack Obama’s handling of the Ebola crisis with Republican consultants O'Brien Murray and Rob Ryan and Democratic consultants L. Joy Williams and Luis Miranda on the Inside City Hall Consultants Corner.

11:26 PM

 

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Volunteers Clean Up Hoover Park

The Briarwood Action Network brought volunteers young and old to clean up Hoover Park in conjunction with the citywide "It's My Park Day." 12:57 PM

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