Five new members will join the Upper East Side's community board, officials recently announced.
Residents say skateboarders in Columbus Circle are terrorizing families and tourists.
At least two community leaders are seriously considering a run for Dan Garodnick's council seat.
An agreement announced Tuesday will give the CCRB the authority to prosecute police misconduct cases.
The park's historic cast-iron fence and its bluestone sidewalk have been decaying for more than a decade.
The terms of the Stuyvesant Town deal were not released, and the agreement is pending court approval.
East Side City Councilman Dan Garodnick raised more than $1 million toward a citywide campaign.
Residents make another move to take control of Stuyvesant Town and Peter Cooper Village.
The Department of Education declined a request to ease overcrowding at Kips Bay's P.S. 116, but parents vowed to keep fighting.
Some Stuy Town residents are furious about a new ice rink going inside the complex, with concerns ranging from noise and safety to the legality of the project.
A group of parents and teachers from P.S. 116 in Kips Bay have gained the support of local elected officials and community boards in their fight against overcrowding.
At a community board meeting on Wednesday night, parents and teachers from P.S. 116 came out in force, asking for the board's help in their fight against overcrowding.
Residents raised a host of new concerns at the last of three public forums debating the proposed East River greenway project.
The candidates made their final push Tuesday, urging voters to cast their ballots in the 73rd Assembly District's special election race.
The second of three public forums regarding the proposed extension of the East River waterfront was the most heated yet.
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