The unauthorized party drowned out a Shakespeare play that had a permit.
The Olympic-sized pool is 330 feet in length, the largest in the city.
The park will feature four rides for children, including the borough's only roller coaster.
The Raritan Bay Waterfront Festival will kick off with a 5K encouraging racers to dress like the 80s.
Residents in New Dorp Beach said they worry people climbing dunes will weaken them.
The New Springville Greenway, part of Freshkills Park, will allow for bicycles, pedestrians and runners.
Kids at P.S. 38 have been without a playground for nearly two years.
The new attraction was announced at the official opening ceremony of Staten Island's beaches.
The memorial is part of a larger $2 million renovation project for the Thomas P. Noonan Jr. Playground.
Joseph Slifka Park's owner is violating a deal with the city by keeping it closed, officials said.
The project will begin in the next few weeks and will finish in spring of 2015, officials say.
A tennis bubble could cover the 12 courts in the East River Park, according to a proposal.
In a speech Friday, Mayor Bill de Blasio named Mitchell Silver his new Parks Commissioner.
The Parks Department has put out bids to remove up to 1,073 trees damaged by the storm.
The caretakers of Bruce's Garden say a plan to run a water pipe into Isham Park could destroy the garden.
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