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Crown Heights »

For-Profit Clothing 'Donation' Bins on the Rise

The Sanitation Department has hauled away almost 60 bins in just nine months.

Upper West Side »

Curbside Organic Collection Coming to UWS Apartment Building

The building asked the Department of Sanitation to include it in its roll out of organics pick-up.

Union Square »

Greenmarkets Keep the Farm at Your Table Through Winter

Check out which greenmarkets are still open, offering locally grown food and a range of produce.

Inwood »

Inwood Residents Cautious and Angry After Attempted Rape

Some residents of West 212th Street said they were afraid after an early-morning attack.

Elmhurst »

Community Board Approves New 'Slow Zone' For Elmhurst

The new zone will reduce speeds by 10 mph and add speed bumps and signage to the area.

Upper West Side »

Papasito's Upper West Side Site Closes Its Doors After Losing Its License

Papasito's Upper West Side location closed a month after it lost its liquor license.

Washington Heights »

Pols Join Forces To Protect Rents at Foreclosed Manhattan Apartments

Leaders said the bundled sale price is so inflated it threatens the 10 buildings' future affordability.

Washington Heights »

Brokers Weigh in on Proposal to Scrap Uptown School Zones

Getting rid of school zones could affect property values, brokers said.

Inwood »

The Birdman of Inwood Restores North Cove

Much of the Inwood wetlands recovery started with one determined man.

Washington Heights »

Fitness Programs Help Tween and Teen Girls Get Health Boost

A boot camp at a Washington Heights studio and an afterschool running program help keep girls fit.

Washington Heights »

City Proposes Eliminating Elementary School Zones in Upper Manhattan

The proposal is going through public review and could take effect as soon as the fall of 2013.

Inwood »

CUNY Opens New High-Tech Campus in Inwood

CUNY in the Heights will serve 3,500 students at 5030 Broadway.

Midtown »

FreshDirect to Deliver Food on Bicycles

FreshDirect has a plan to launch a pilot program to deliver food on bikes as soon as next month.

New York City »

Home Schooling on the Rise in New York City

For an increasing number of city kids, going back to school means staying at home.

Inwood »

Cause of Blaze That Destroyed Inwood Building Still Unknown

The cause of the fire that engulfed an Inwood apartment building is still under investigation.

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