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Chinatown »

Dumpling Rally Looks to Bring Business Back to Sandy-Damaged Chinatown

Many businesses are still feeling the effects of Hurricane Sandy, according to Dumpling Rally organizers.

Lower East Side »

Abandoned LES Pier to Open in May with Waterfront Picnic Tables

Pier 42 will open May 4 as elected officials continue to plan for its future.

Greenpoint »

G Train to Receive Full MTA Service Review

The cross-Brooklyn line will receive a full review, officials said.

Cobble Hill »

Community Will Meet to Discuss LICH Closure

Local associations, physicians and politicians will discuss steps to keep the hospital open, Thursday.

Cobble Hill »

Emotions High as SUNY Trustees Meet for Final Decision on LICH

Supporters at a public hearing, Thursday, urged SUNY board members to keep LICH off the chopping block.

New York City »

Public Advocate Candidates Face Off at First Debate

The Public Advocate candidates faced off for the first time Wednesday night in Queens.

New York City »

Make Lunar New Year a School Holiday, Pols Say

Pols from large Asian communities are urging officials to make the Lunar New Year a school holiday.

Battery Park City »

Despite Damaged Fields, Nearly 1,000 Little Leaguers Registered for Season

Officials and residents are calling for speedy repairs to Battery Park City ballfields damaged by Sandy.

Chinatown »

Cash Coming to Sandy-Stricken Businesses Below Canal Street

About $200,000 in funds will help small businesses south of Canal Street following the storm.

Brooklyn Heights »

Pier 5 Opens with Soccer Fields, Banquet-Style Picnic Tables and Tetherball

Mayor Michael Bloomberg blew a whistle marking the opening of Pier 5 in Brooklyn Bridge Park.

Greenwich Village »

Proposed Anti-Bias Law Would Protect Transgender New Yorkers, Advocates Say

LGBT advocates say GENDA would give transgender New York City residents more legal rights.

Williamsburg »

G Train Riders Gather to Brainstorm Ways to Boost Service

The Riders Alliance is hosting an open forum Wednesday for frustrated G train users.

Carroll Gardens »

Local Pols Blast Proposal to Install Carroll Gardens Homeless Shelter

Elected officials sent a letter to the DHS commissioner demanding more time for community feedback.

East Village »

Alternative East Village School Unveils Million Dollar Rooftop Garden

The Earth School, along with nonprofit Fifth Street Farm, unveiled the garden Friday. 

Lower East Side »

City Puts Brakes on Controversial Greyhound Bus Stop on LES

The Department of Transportation will not move forward with the proposed stop near Seward Park.