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Lower East Side »

City Holding Community Workshops for East River Resiliency Plans

Three meetings later this month will give residents a chance to provide their input.

South Street Seaport »

Billion Oysters Project $5M Grant Used to Build New Marine-Based Curriculum

Public middle school teachers will work for two years to develop a new math and science program.

Long Island City »

Good Samaritan Saves Man Who Jumped in East River for Ice Bucket Challenge

Artur Mierzejewski, 34, helped the man, who jumped in for the "ice bucket challenge."

Brooklyn Heights »

Man's Body Found in Waters Off Brooklyn Bridge Park, Police Say

The man was discovered early Monday morning in the East River near Atlantic Avenue, police said.

Fort Greene »

MAP: Best Spots to Watch 4th of July Fireworks on East River, Rain or Shine

Fireworks fans looking to catch the Fourth of July show can find plenty of places to watch.

Greenpoint »

Free Shuttle Buses to Serve Ferry Riders Following Greenpoint Ramp Collapse

Shuttle buses will run in Greenpoint from 6:50 to 9:30 a.m. and 4:30 to 7:20 p.m.

Long Island City »

Waterfront Dance Performances Coming to Socrates Sculpture Park

'Dance at Socrates' will bring a different group of in-residence choreographers to the park each week.

Long Island City »

New Hunters Point School to Focus on Ecology and the Waterfront

Hunters Point Community Middle School will use the nearby waterfront to teach about the environment.

Long Island City »

East River Ferry Service to Stay Afloat Through 2019

Originally a three-year pilot program, the city hopes to continue the service until at least 2019.

East Harlem »

Man's Body Found in East River, Officials Say

The unidentified body was found near East 120th Street and the FDR Drive, according to the FDNY.

New York City »

19-Year-Old Leaps to His Death off Brooklyn Bridge

The young man climbed the bridge's cables Tuesday morning before plunging to his death, officials said.

East Village »

Avenue C Bars and Restaurants Fight for Survival After Hurricane Sandy

Bars and restaurants along the strip are doing what they can to stay in business.


DUMBO Picks up the Pieces After Hurricane Sandy

Locals worked hard Tuesday morning to clean up after Monday night's flooding.


Water Levels Rise in DUMBO, Locals Brace for a Redux of Last Year's Floods

DUMBO, waterfront Brooklyn neighborhood, is entirely within Zones A, B, and C.

Yorkville »

City Awards Contract for Controversial E. 91st Street Trash Station

Skanska and Trevcon have been selected to build the controversial trash station on the UES.