Matt Joseloff

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Six Indicted For Alleged Concrete Testing Fraud

Thursday, August 04, 2011

For the second time since 2008, a concrete testing laboratory has been indicted for falsifying results of inspections for major private and public projects including the Second Avenue Subway, a LaGuardia Airport Control Tower and the Fulton Street Transit Center.


World Trade Center Workers Walk Off Job for Second Day

Tuesday, August 02, 2011

Laborers at the World Trade Center walked off the site Tuesday for the second day amid contract negotiations. Nearly 200 cement workers, whose contracts expired on July 1, were joined Tuesday by carpenters at the World Trade Center site and other cement workers from around the city.

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Diamond District Leaders Work to Polish Its Image

Monday, August 01, 2011

A report released Monday, the fifteenth anniversary of the founding of the 47th Street Business Improvement District, said the one block stretch between Fifth and Sixth Avenues known as the 'Diamond District' needs to develop a more cohesive look to continue attracting customers. The block is home to more than 4,000 diamond-related businesses, which give the block its nickname.


WNBA Team Attendance Drops 30 Percent After Move From MSG to Newark

Friday, July 29, 2011

Since the New York Liberty started playing at Newark’s Prudential Center this spring, attendance the at the games has dropped 30 percent, according to WNBA figures.


Flood Recedes, But Residents Struggle to Stay Afloat After Water Main Break

Friday, July 29, 2011

Ronald Farmer said he, his wife and his three children have nowhere to go after their Townsend Ave. basement apartment was flooded following a water main break in the Bronx this week...


Opponents of UWS Charter School Urge City to Halt Co-Location

Monday, July 25, 2011

Parents and city officials urged the Department of Education on Monday to halt the co-location of a charter elementary school at the Brandeis High School campus on the Upper West Side.

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Sewage Leak at Harlem Plant May Force Beach Closures

Thursday, July 21, 2011

Sewage from a Harlem waste water treatment plant damaged in a fire continued to seep into the Hudson River Thursday — causing officials to caution swimmers and boaters to stay out of the water through the weekend and raising the specter of beach closures.

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City Rewards Clean Streets With Break From Alternate Side Parking

Tuesday, July 19, 2011

The city is offering a reward to neighborhoods with clean streets: fewer alternate-side parking days each week.


On Heels of Discrimination Suit, FDNY Aggressively Courts Minorities

Monday, July 18, 2011

The FDNY has launched an aggressive campaign to attract minority applicants and get word out about its revamped exam following a judge's ruling last year that the city's test discriminated against blacks and Hispanics.


Where to Watch: Women's World Cup Quarterfinals

Sunday, July 10, 2011

The U.S. kicks off against Brazil in the quarterfinals of the FIFA Women's World Cup on Sunday. The U.S. defeated Korea and Colombia but fell to Sweden Wednesday during the first round. City bar owners said they're seeing more and more customers seeking out the game.


Derek Jeter Reaches 3,000 in Style

Saturday, July 09, 2011

Derek Jeter is Mr. 3,000. The Yankees captain hit a home run in the third inning of Saturday's game at Yankee Stadium off a pitch from the Tampa Bay Rays’ David Price to reach 3,000 c...

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Look | With Derek Jeter Poised to Make History, A Peek at Yankees Memorabilia

Thursday, July 07, 2011

Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter is just a few hits shy of reaching 3,000 hits, a career milestone that only 27 other Major League Baseball players have reached. Authenticators will be on duty at Yankee Stadium and ready to stamp on the MLB hologram — whenever the hit occurs. Take a peek at other milestone memorabilia items that fetched a pretty penny.


The Price of 3,000: As Derek Jeter Nears Milestone, Memorabilia Curators Prep

Tuesday, July 05, 2011

Yankees fans heralded Derek Jeter's return to the team Monday night, but three people at the game were especially focused on each swing: a trio of Major League Baseball "authenticators," standing by to be official eyewitnesses to a Yankee milestone and certify a Rawlings baseball as a piece of history.


Snapshot | Hot Dog Eating Champs Face Off Ahead of Contest

Friday, July 01, 2011

Hot dog eating world champion Joey Chestnut stared down women's record-holder Sonya Thomas at the weigh-in ceremony for the Nathan's Famous Fourth of July International Hot Dog Eating Contest on Friday.

The competition begins Monday at 11:30 a.m. with the first ever Women’s Hot Dog Eating World Championship. Chestnut is ...


Connecticut Slapped With Higher Sales Tax

Thursday, June 30, 2011

Sales tax will increase and apply to more goods and services in Connecticut starting Friday when the standard sales tax will rise from 6 percent to 6.35 percent.


City's Pools Make a Splash on Opening Day

Wednesday, June 29, 2011

A last-minute budget deal saved four pools facing closure and prevented the season from being cut short by two weeks, Benepe said. Now, all 54 pools — which host nearly 50,000 peop...


New Bronx Library Branch Opens

Tuesday, June 28, 2011

The Kingsbridge branch of the New York Public Library turned a page Tuesday when it opened its new $18 million home in the Bronx.


Theatre for a New Audience Gets a Home in Fort Greene, Brooklyn

Friday, June 24, 2011

Shakespeare will soon have a new home in downtown Brooklyn. The Theatre for a New Audience broke ground on its new space in the BAM Cultural District on Friday.


Airlines Should Find Alternative to Killing Geese, Activists Say

Thursday, June 23, 2011

Airlines should be tasked with finding an alternative to slaughtering geese near the city's airports in order to protect aircraft, activists said Thursday.

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Counter-Terror Strategy Not Affected by Al-Qaeda Naming New No.1, Says Top Cop

Friday, June 17, 2011

The news that Al-Qaeda has a new No. 1 won't affect New York City's counter-terrorism strategies, Police Commissioner Ray Kelly said on Friday.