Manhattan Youth reopened Wednesday after suffering extensive damage during the storm.
Fallout from the storm includes damage to local businesses and some buildings still without heat.
Discarded bottles and fast-food wrappers have been piling up in the middle of the West Side Highway.
There are hundreds of free and low-cost after-school programs to choose from in the city.
Five food trucks will park on North End Avenue for lunch seven days a week starting soon.
A new dog run near Hubert Street in the Hudson River Park will feature an interactive water fountain.
CB1's Youth and Education Committee opposes the plan to cut P.S. 234's zone in half.
DNAinfo talked to Downtown residents about their hopes and predictions for the area in 2021.
In a belt-tightening move, the city has cut all funding to I.S. 289's after-school program for this fall.
The three beach volleyball courts and 18-hole mini-golf course are finally opening on the new TriBeCa pier.
Manhattan Youth wants to build a new community space to serve downtown's rapidly swelling population.
Budget cuts are threatening to cancel a popular after school program enjoyed by 70 children at P.S. 150.
Anne Compoccia chaired Community Board 1 for 12 years and was known for speaking her mind.
Despite objections from residents, the NYC Half-Marathon route will not change.
Scientists from CUNY plan to do experiments in the Hudson River and share their results with schoolchildren.
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