Some parents who are tired of waiting for new schools want the city to consider adding one on Third Ave.
The 4, 5, 6, 7, A, C, D, E, F, L, Q and Times Square Shuttle are all affected.
Tenants feared the loss of federal subsidies after recieving a notice last year.
Pete Connolly started the group after seeing good Samaritans pitch after heavy snowfall upstate.
The languages range from Hebrew to Haitian Creole and will start in September 2015.
The nearly 160-foot-tall turbine, on the 30th Street Pier of Sunset Park, will be dedicated Wednesday.
From diversity to discipline, DNAinfo rounded up major issues the schools chancellor faces in 2015.
The decision came after City Councilman Carlos Menchaca did not back the plan.
Tech will still be a big player in the office market, and spaces will reflect its culture of free lunch.
Children who were born in 2010 can apply to kindergarten from Jan. 7 to Feb. 13.
Police, grieving relatives and the mayor attended Saturday's wake for Detective Wenjian Liu in Brooklyn.
Jonathan Daza, 22, who was kicked by an officer during a fair, displayed "combativeness," the DA says.
Why are brokers who've done deals in all five boroughs so rare? Hear from the EGOTs of NYC real estate.
Parents are disappointed that the de Blasio administration has not prioritized school diversity.
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