Forget pools and beaches: parents can take their little ones to sprinklers throughout northern Manhattan.
The brazen kidnapping turned out to be a birthday prank, Police Commissioner Ray Kelly said.
Members of J. Hood Wright canine club say that a few bad owners are giving their run a bad name.
J. Hood Wright Dog Run is plagued by owners who regularly break rules and threaten safety.
The central lawn of J. Hood Wright is green, its playground and dog run spruced up, and more is coming.
The Parks Department plans to launch free Wi-Fi service in Washington Heights and Inwood.
Police and residents in Washington Heights and Inwood gathered for National Night Out Tuesday.
After sand disappeared from a popular new sand box in J. Hood Wright Park, parents got together to improve their park.
Kids at J. Hood Wright playground get a chance to build the play set of their dreams at J. Hood Wright playground.
On May 15 nearly 30 Northern Manhattan parks will get a face lift by resident volunteers as part of It's My Park Day festivities.
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