SPORTIME wants to add nine additional courts at a cost of $7 million.
Harlem Residents can vote for up to five projects to receive the city's $1 million discretionary funds.
CB 11 approves a protected bike lane plan after withdrawing its support.
Police performed tens of thousands of stop and frisks in Harlem, Inwood and Midtown in 2011.
Police Commissioner Ray Kelly said critics of 'stop and frisk' haven't suggested alternatives.
After earlier opposition, CB 11's transportation committee voted to support installation of the lanes.
The deal will bring more than 960 jobs to the Bronx, the city says, but some residents objected the plan.
South Bronx residents and a politician asked city to postpone a vote on a $84 million subsidy package.
The Caribbean Cultural Center is leaving its Hell's Kitchen brownstone for a firehouse built in 1888.
Critics say the John McEnroe Tennis Academy and surrounding facilities are too expensive for East Harlem.
The Johnson Houses Community and Children's Center will feature a host of programs and services.
The Economic Development Corporation announced that three groups will reactivate underutilized theater space at the Julia de Burgos Cultural Center.
The Horse and Carriage Association of New York City claims the ASPCA and NYCLASS have "defrauded" the public about the carriage horse industry in New York.
Mark-Viverito was arrested along with Brooklyn Councilman Jumaane Williams and 98 others for blocking the entrance to the Brooklyn Bridge in Lower Manhattan.
Community Board 11 reversed its stance after voting overwhelmingly in September to support the Department of Transportion plan to install protected bike lanes on First and Second avenues.
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