Urban planners suggested parks and community spaces would be a better use of the South Bronx waterfront.
An eighth mugging sparks the concern and outrage of Franklin Plaza, where residents fear being targeted.
The suspect, who assaulted the victims, has struck six times in the past week, cops said.
The city's Districting Commission unanimously unveiled — and approved — the new lines Thursday night.
Downed trees, property damage seem to be the most serious affects of Monday's major storm, say officials.
East Harlem residents worry La Marqueta could be cut from their council district.
City Council Speaker Christine Quinn has become a near-constant presence uptown this summer.
Melissa Mark-Viverito launched a campaign to get dog owners to pick up after their pets.
Food from Hot Bread Kitchen's incubator is now available for purchase by the general public.
Locals say the ban will hurt businesses and will not solve the obesity crisis.
Seniors can now swim in hours set aside exclusively for them in 14 outdoor city pools.
The family of Joel Morales needed help for his funeral after he hung himself amid bullying by peers.
Critics had slammed Fresh Direct for taking public subsidies, but only delivering to the north Bronx.
Police Commissioner Ray Kelly announced greater oversight of stop, question and frisks Thursday.
Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer says increase in East Harlem violent crime "unacceptable."
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