The Upper West Side Streets Renaissance wants to install more than 90 new bike racks in the area.
A restaurateur has suggested turning a car parking spot into a lockup for 10 bikes.
A proposal to divert westbound trucks to Prospect Avenue was voted down.
Sunset Park residents debate whether to shift a truck route.
P.S. 87 hopes to use the West 78th Street block while its yard is renovated.
An Upper West Side Community Board voted to oust Fashion Week from Damrosch Park behind Lincoln Center.
Schools officials will present more details on plans for the new school at Riverside Center.
Community Board 7 and Councilwoman Gale Brewer say lifeguard trainees will pack the 59th St. Rec Center.
Four new members in their early 20s and 30s are adding young blood to Community Board 7.
A two-way bike lane will be installed along Terrace Drive, which crosses the park at 72nd Street.
Cops closed Papasito Mexican Grill & Agave Bar and declared the restaurant a public nuisance.
Community Board 7 votes on whether Jewish Home Lifecare's nursing home development needs public review.
The public gets a chance Wednesday to weigh in on proposed laws aimed at saving neighborhood stores.
Upper West Siders will hear firsthand about Occupy Our Homes, a spinoff from Occupy Wall Street.
Papasito restaurant, which infuriated neighbors with noise, owes $27,000 in back rent, its landlords say.
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