State and local officials sent letters to Department of Education Chancellor Carmen Fariña this week.
A dozen politicians urged the Economic Development Corporation to add two more ferry stops.
The stretch of East Sixth Street between First and Second Avenues will be called Miriam Friedlander Way.
SUNY claimed Success Academy's written online approval for Districts 1 or 6 on a data-entry glitch.
Success Academy got permission to open a school in Districts 1 or 6 without community outreach.
Several City Council members urged the NYPD to hold the driver accountable in a letter sent Wednesday.
The Department of Buildings issued a partial stop work order at the former P.S. 64 building Tuesday.
Local officials called on developer Jared Kushner to address tenants' concerns at 170-174 E. Second St.
Wen Hui Ruan, 68, was killed May 9 in an attempted robbery on East Sixth Street.
A memorial service will be held May 19 for Ruan Wen Hui, who was fatally attacked on his way home.
Baruch College Campus High School unveiled its renovated science lab to students this week.
P.S. 64 Principal Marlon Hosang stumbled upon the dance studio space by accident.
The council cleared the way for new measures to curtail NYPD practices despite Bloomberg's opposition.
Mary Spink, who died of liver diease in 2012, spent more than 20 years fighting for affordable housing.
Many residents spoke out against the plan to build market-rate apartments on public housing land.
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