Technology is making house hunting in New York City a sport all about data and speed.
Chicken, the top item on school cafeteria menus, will be antibiotic-free starting next year, DOE said.
Services changes will hit the 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, A, C, D, E and S lines this weekend.
Carl Heastie, who has a 6-year-old daughter with an ex-girlfriend, went to court to change her name.
Measles cases are on the rise across the country. How can families protect their kids from the virus?
These over-the-top hot chocolates make trudging through winter slush a touch more bearable.
Heastie received seven jury duty postponements from 2005 to 2008, three times the normal amount.
From joining a committee to starting a dual language program, parents are transforming schools.
Washington Heights is well-served by Boro Taxis, but the cabs are hard to find in Jamaica and Red Hook.
Graham's family agreed to a $3.9 million settlement on Friday, the city's Law Department said.
The city was largely spared by the blizzard, but transit had not returned to normal Tuesday morning.
Renovating your home can add to its value — when done smartly. Experts share tips on rehab projects.
The languages range from Hebrew to Haitian Creole and will start in September 2015.
Children who were born in 2010 can apply to kindergarten from Jan. 7 to Feb. 13.
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