Supporters at a public hearing, Thursday, urged SUNY board members to keep LICH off the chopping block.
The Public Advocate candidates faced off for the first time Wednesday night in Queens.
Pols from large Asian communities are urging officials to make the Lunar New Year a school holiday.
Officials and residents are calling for speedy repairs to Battery Park City ballfields damaged by Sandy.
About $200,000 in funds will help small businesses south of Canal Street following the storm.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg blew a whistle marking the opening of Pier 5 in Brooklyn Bridge Park.
LGBT advocates say GENDA would give transgender New York City residents more legal rights.
The Riders Alliance is hosting an open forum Wednesday for frustrated G train users.
Elected officials sent a letter to the DHS commissioner demanding more time for community feedback.
The Earth School, along with nonprofit Fifth Street Farm, unveiled the garden Friday.
The Department of Transportation will not move forward with the proposed stop near Seward Park.
Elected officials urged the city to find a new location for the recently approved stop on Essex St.
Many Lower East Side residents who live in public housing said they feel unsafe.
State and local politicians called for a review Wednesday of building fire codes.
The new garden will offer programs for children to learn how to grow vegetables and tend plants.
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