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.
Locals say Sugar & Plumm Purveyors of Yumm belongs in a mall, not on the Upper West Side.
Locals say the Parks Department isn't doing enough to control a growing rat problem in Riverside Park.
Community Board 7 says Dorothy Parker's childhood home is too damaged to save.
Community Board 7 wants Tavern on the Green to serve all diners, even ones wearing "exercise clothes."
Sakura Park will get its first food vendor, which is a hot dog and ice cream cart.
In a stark contrast to their Upper East Side counterparts, members of Community Board 7 said Monday they liked the idea of affordable, casual dining at Tavern on the Green.
The head of the New York State Federation of Taxi Drivers defended controversial restaurant Papasito as a struggling business headed by 'young entrepreneurs who employ single moms.'
Neighbors say the Papasito Mexican restaurant is attracting large, boisterous crowds, the same complaint residents made about its Inwood location.
An effort to remove toxic PCB chemicals from P.S. 199 failed, and now parents want more testing to pinpoint the source of the harmful toxins.
The opening lines of Allen's 1979 movie "Manhattan" will be spelled out in Morse code on new buildings in Riverside Park South.
The Department of Transportation said Tuesday there were less crashes after a bike lane was installed on Columbus Avenue.
Department of Transportation officials are expected to present data Tuesday on how the Columbus Avenue bike lane has affected the safety of cyclists and vehicles.
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