Mountain bikers can find a variety of trails within the city and beyond.
Fitness expert Nancy Bruning will guide uptowners through five parks Sunday for Green Gym Day.
The Highbridge Park water tower, the opening site of the first stroll, will host the event again May 29.
The three-year, $1.65 million renovation added an enclosed atrium, a computer lab and fitness equipment.
Ydanis Rodriguez promised repairs to a pool and playground in his State of the District address.
The seasonal ice rink will be built above the Amsterdam Avenue wading pool, new documents show.
The icicles on Dyckman Street are the work of photographer Luis Baez-Correa.
The project will renovate the long-shuttered pedestrian bridge that connects Manhattan to The Bronx.
A Bronx teen with a long criminal history was caught after escaping police in Washington Heights.
The Parks Department plans to launch free Wi-Fi service in Washington Heights and Inwood.
Community leaders officially broke ground on the Juan Bosch Plaza in Highbridge Park set to open in mid-2012.
The Highbridge Baseball field at 174th Street reopened Thursday after receiving a $1.5 million makeover.
Volunteers including Parsons The New School for Design students and Major League Soccer Players gathered to build the Splash House structure at Highbridge Pool in Washington Heights Tuesday.
A lone food vendor continues to sell hamburgers and fried food along a stretch of Amsterdam Avenue after police and the Department of Health carried out a sweep.
The Highbridge Pool will be closed from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. Tuesday as crews build the Splash House, a poolside changing area.
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