As controversy over street vendors continues, research shows how they sell their wares.
Upper East Side leaders fear they could see copy-cat businesses moving onto their streets.
CB8 Chairman Nick Viest gave prizes to electeds' reps who kept their presentations "short and sweet."
Groups behind the forthcoming hospital and nursing school complex promised to fix an area park.
Upper East Siders said the planned nursing school and hospital threatens the area's quality-of-life.
P.S. 158 parents say they want a DOE middle school, not another charter school, in their building.
Hunter College graduate students found problems with privately owned public spaces, or POPS.
A luxury building at York Avenue is covering the sidewalk in trash, sanitation officials said.
At a recent Community Board 8 committee meeting, residents feared a worsening sanitation situation.
CB8 Member Ed Hartzog has raised nearly $8,000 in his bid to replace Jessica Lappin.
Supporters of crosswalk signals for the blind call them "a matter of basic dignity."
Popular Franklin Avenue cafe Breukelen looks to expand its audience with alcohol and events
After a brusing battle, Bedford Avenue bar and restaurant Catfish gets liquor license with early curfew.
The Upper East Side's Community Board 8 approved Cornell's plan for its Roosevelt Island campus.
Marketing trucks from a contractor academy and the ASA school threaten the neighborhood, locals say.
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