New polling machines made their debut Nov. 2, but for some disabled voters in Mott Haven who used the ballot marking device, voting was a time-consuming process. Others relied on their attendants for assistance.
The first green roof to be installed on a New York City public school offers energy savings, combats pollution and gives students a chance to practice a trade.
The restaurant at 145 Bruckner Blvd. has no tables for patrons, but men in hardhats, denim and Dickies, cram into the 400-square-foot eatery, ordering lunch from the owner, Hercules Kontogiannis, who is also the cashier.