The Columbia Grammar and Prep has proposed expanding its building at W. 93rd St. and Central Park West.
The money was supposed to be spent on new countdown clocks for the Staten Island Railway.
The first proposed extension, from 79th to 87th street, was given unanimous approval.
The first UWS Business-to-Business mixer highlighted how in-person connections can help the bottom line.
A green toilet system that feeds a wildflower meadow is in the works in Riverside Park.
The Stephen Gaynor School's $40 million renovation includes an updated, larger middle school.
A New York City dad was honored Wednesday for a daring subway rescue.
The new lab will be used to scout online crime and collect evidence from cell phones and hard drives.
Elected officials made a last attempt to stop a move by the city to house 400 homeless adults uptown.
A new DOT enforcement team will target restaurants that fail to provide safety info to cyclists.
The city is turning some of its more than 10,000 payphones into wireless HotSpots.
Four new bank branches are opening, prompting locals to call for zoning restrictions on them.
Hundreds of Upper West Side Verizon customers say their phone lines have been dead since April 12.
Community Board 7 and Councilwoman Gale Brewer say lifeguard trainees will pack the 59th St. Rec Center.
The public gets a chance Wednesday to weigh in on a plan to preserve the Upper West Side's small stores.
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