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Elementary School Rankings: See How Your Neighborhood School Scored

See where your elementary school ranks in this year's English exams taken by fourth-graders.

New York City »

Elementary School Rankings: See How Your Neighborhood Schools Scored

DNAinfo.com New York has compiled the NYC Public Schools Guide to help elementary school parents.

Downtown »

Taxis and Delivery Trucks Get Locked Down Under WTC Security Plan

The NYPD's security plan for the World Trade Center would barricade off neighboring blocks to traffic.

Manhattan »

Elementary School Rankings: How Does Your School Measure Up?

An accountant ranks elementary schools based on fourth grade English Language Arts test results.

Downtown »

BPCA Rejects Bronze Lion Sculptures From Tom Otterness

Otterness' donated bronze lions would violate the law, the Battery Park City Authority said.

Downtown »

WTC Site Gets New Protection Shed After Teen Struck by Falling Steel

Silverstein Properties installed a sidewalk shed over Liberty Street this week after a teen was hit by falling steel last month.

Downtown »

Teen Struck by Metal Rod That Fell From 4 World Trade Center

The 14-year-old suffered a bruised hand after he was hit with the 4-foot rod, officials said.

Downtown »

Controversial Artist's Lion Sculptures Approved

Sculptor Tom Otterness once shot a dog for a piece of art, sparking anger from opponents in Battery Park City.

Downtown »

Downtown Little League Opens Spring Season

Hundreds of people celebrated the start of the little league season downtown on Saturday.

Downtown »

Bronze Lions May Soon Guard Battery Park City Library

Sculptor Tom Otterness has received an anonymous donation to fund the lions.

Downtown »

City Unveils Plan to Battle Deluge of 9/11 Memorial Tour Buses

The memorial foundation will withhold memorial tickets from tour companies that don't cooperate.

Downtown »

Goldman Sachs Unveils Plans for Battery Park City Luxury Hotel

The former Embassy Suites hotel will reopen as a luxury Conrad with new restaurants and retail.

Downtown »

Gillibrand's Staff Confuses Downtown Residents Over 9/11 Fund Eligibility

Sen. Gillibrand's office incorrectly said residents were not covered by the $2.5 billion 9/11 Victim's Compensation Fund.

Downtown »

World Financial Center Now Open 24/7

Until recently, the Battery Park City office complex was closed to the public from midnight to 6 a.m.

Manhattan »

Downtown Accountant Ranks Manhattan Elementary Schools Based on Fourth Grade Test Results

The Anderson School topped the list of schools compiled by Battery Park City resident Tom Goodkind.

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