311 received 133 complaints about neighbors having noisy sex between Jan. 1, 2014, and Feb. 12, 2015.
Operation "Take Back," a new initiative from the 72nd Precinct, began Monday.
Intercity buses have made life "unbearable" for a resident whose window faces an Allen Street stop.
The Brooklyn DA is looking into the Third Ave. rabbits after hearing from an animal welfare group.
Parents at P.S. 230 and P.S. 130 want crossing guards, better signage and other safety upgrades.
The city has so far received 1,804 complaints this year about ice cream truck noise, records show.
The Gate, a dog-friendly bar, says the city's ruling that it's a food establishment is bogus.
Trucks that heat and store tar used by Triangle G.C. Inc have been spreading the foul smell.
A three-and-a-half-foot wide pothole on W. 52nd Street and Seventh Avenue is still waiting to be filled.
The Taxi and Limousine Commission received more than 54,000 reports of missing property since Jan. 2013.
Deputy Inspector John Hart took over command of the Midtown North precinct this month.
Residents are wondering if the tree trash will ever be picked up.
Despite it being against the law, some New Yorkers can't help keeping illegal animals, they said.
Candice A. Salvatore, 27, called 911 to report an abandoned baby, but failed to mention it was a dog.
The expected mayoral candidate wants to swap pricey textbooks for tablets.
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