Thursday, December 13, 2012


Some residents of a halfway house, left, run by Community First Services on Gold Street say it offers little more than meals and a bed, not counseling and job-search help.
Todd Heisler/The New York Times
Some residents of a halfway house, left, run by Community First Services on Gold Street say it offers little more than meals and a bed, not counseling and job-search help.
The founder of Community First Services in Brooklyn has left a trail of exaggerated claims and self-dealing.

Hints at Steeper Road to Victory for Perceived Front-Runner in Mayor’s Race

Christine C. Quinn, the City Council speaker, has faced recent criticism as potential rivals gain endorsements, suggesting that name recognition also makes her a more inviting target.
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