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Fruit flies and lack of education are blamed for the slow response to the city's composting project.
DOE Chancellor Carmen Fariña replaced 15 out of 42 school superintendents, officials announced.
Schools are preparing for the new Common Core exams, which students will take on a computer.
Jose Chevere, 30, and Jalissa Otero, 24, were thrown off the expressway Friday morning, police said.
The Economic Development Corporation is awaiting approval from the state agencies to open the park.
The event on Oct. 18 will support efforts to save affordable and historic housing in the neighborhood.
Middle schools are no longer allowed to use test scores as a sole or primary factor in admissions.
Residents of 24 buildings are worried they may lose federal subsidies they receive for rent next year.
The first "Youth Connect" event is being held Oct. 8 from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. at Industry City.
The facility was designed and constructed this summer by graduate students from The New School.
Dozens of residents and victims' families gathered to speak out against alleged police brutality.
A "quality snapshot" focused on school performance will replace letter grades, Carmen Fariña said.
The DA's office will launch an independent investigation of the incident, officials said.
The officer shoved Mercedes Hidalgo while another officer restrained a pregnant woman, sources said.
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