George Espinal is asking for help from high places as he fights to keep his precinct council role.
Espinal was relieved of his duties by NYPD officials at One Police Plaza, sources tell DNAinfo New York.
One last legal agreement needs to be hammered out before the marsh opens, Parks rep Jennifer Hoppa said.
George Espinal claims there's no meeting in December, even though the 34th Precinct will meet on Dec. 18.
People's Theatre Project co-founder Bob Braswell says he'll run down Broadway in shorts to raise $2,500.
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Where to Turn is reopening its free toy store for Sandy victims once again this year.Read More »
Precincts were ordered to stop giving information to journalists for police blotters, sources said.Read More »
Meres One will paint his light bulbs on the wall outside the store at Elizabeth and Houston streets.Read More »
A 38-year-old woman, who was brought to Jamaica Hospital in a livery cab, died after being beaten.Read More »
The city is spending $6.4 million to add a plaza and improve a park at 137th Street and Broadway.Read More »
Neighbors complain the timers on lights surrounding The Prison Ship Martyrs Monument are not working.Read More »
Plans are underway to build a 15,000-square-foot indoor tennis center on Baltic Street.Read More »
The Times Plaza and Pratt Station Post Offices have to find new space after their leases ended.Read More »
The design of the townhouse at 280 Convent Ave. does not fit in the historic district, opponents say.Read More »
Black Bear Sugarworks of Vermont is opening its first shop at 374 Fifth Ave.Read More »
A sinkhole at Fifth Avenue and 12th Street trapped a truck going to the "Blue Bloods" set.Read More »
Initially planned as a 48-story tower, the building will now soar even higher, the developer said.Read More »
The incoming police commissioner will have to grapple with an uptick in major crime categories.Read More »
Yuda Schloss is running Hassid+Hipster out of his Crown Heights apartment.Read More »
The BrooklyKnight visited students at P.S. 23 in Bed-Stuy as part of a program to deliver trees.Read More »
Winter conditions will make the playground even more unsafe, parents said.Read More »
A state-of-the-art fire pit is planned to power DUMBO's holiday tree lights and warm locals.Read More »