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Upper East Side »

Second Ave. Subway Construction Causing Trash Pileups, Locals Say

Second Ave. subway construction has wreaked havoc on garbage pickup, attracting rats and annoying locals.

Midtown East »

Shoe Repair Shop Credits 'Old-Fashioned' Style for 81 Years of Success

Jim's Shoe Repair Shop has stayed open for 81 years by keeping things old-fashioned and prices low.

Upper East Side »

Christine Quinn Lands Endorsement From Top UES Dems

The Lexington Democratic Club will back the City Council Speaker in the mayoral race, members said.

Upper East Side »

Parents Protest Proposed Admissions Plan for New UES Middle School

The Department of Education wants the student body to meet "unprecedented" criteria, critics say.

Yorkville »

New Middle School to Be Opened in Unused P.S. 158 Space, Officials Say

Upper East Siders had been pushing for a middle school for years.

Upper East Side »

Politicians' Aides Rewarded by Community Board for Keeping Quiet

CB8 Chairman Nick Viest gave prizes to electeds' reps who kept their presentations "short and sweet."

Upper East Side »

Micah Kellner Lands More Endorsements from Pols in UES City Council Contest

Shortly after securing nods from area pols, the Assemblyman has gotten additional support.

Midtown East »

Whole Foods 57th Street Store Opening Draws Throngs of Shoppers

Whole Foods marked its new 57th St. location by donating 57 salad bars to schools around New York City.

Yorkville »

MTA Unveils Second Avenue Subway Air Monitoring Site

The MTA launched a new site Friday where it will post weekly air quality results for the 2nd Ave. subway.

Midtown East »

Doormen's Union Marks Year Anniversary of Strike at Midtown East High-Rise

32BJ members promised to escalate their fight against the landlord with protests at his other properties.

Yorkville »

'Illegal' Dunkin' Donuts Signs Anger Upper East Siders

Signs and flags for a new Dunkin' Donuts on Lexington Avenue have sparked outrage on the Upper East Side.

Midtown East »

Police Crack Down on Skateboarders in Turtle Bay Parks

Police are trying to keep out skateboarders after they allegedly threw rocks at a Turtle Bay park.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

UES Illegal Store Signs Need DOB Crackdown, Local Assemblyman Says

State Assemblyman Dan Quart is asking the DOB to step up enforcement of illegal store signs.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

2nd Ave. Subway Construction Needs More Air Monitoring, Pol Says

City Councilwoman Jessica Lappin is calling for the DEP to monitor air around the 2nd Ave. subway site.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

Democrat Dan Quart Wins Upper East Side Assembly Race

Democrat Dan Quart defeated Repubican  Paul Niehaus in the race to fill the seat left by Jonathan Bing.

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