In the second of a five-part series, we bring you the top 10 rising stars from Brooklyn.
There are still plenty of summer camp options around the city for parents to choose from.
A partnership will promote youth mentoring through coaching.
Prince Harry will be meeting with Harlem youth Tuesday afternoon.
Parents shell out big bucks for kids to play sports, but for some it pays off with college scholarships.
Thousands flocked to Central Park to take advantage of warm weather before possible early week showers.
Brothers Kevin and Keith Del Valle will match wits when Salesian takes on Regis in a CHSAA baseball game.
The Stanners dedicated their baseball season to coach Jack Curran, who died on March 14 at 82.
Nighttime lights are now back on in part of Hudson River Park, as part of Hurricane Sandy repairs.
The planned site will not open by April 1, as the company had hoped, due to a restraining order.
With turf replacement complete, the ballfields will be ready for the season opener on April 7.
The league has gone from 375 members six years ago to 660 for this season, which starts April 6.
Jack Curran coached boys basketball and baseball at Archbishop Molloy High School.
Turf replacement is underway at the BCP ballfields and installation could be completed by April.
With opening day fast approaching and two downtown facilities closed, baseball diamonds are at a premium.
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