Check where your neighborhood stacks up on the list of pooper-scooper offenders.
A block association is encouraging locals to videotape or photograph dog owners who don't scoop poop.
Ray Normandeau will use the winning image for a poster encouraging neighbors to curb their pets.
Dog poop has been ruining the neighborhood's attempt at beautification, locals say.
Fed up with dogs "pooping and peeing" on the greenery, locals want pooches banned at DeLury Square Park.
Councilman Jimmy Van Bramer is hoping to tackle the neighborhood's dog poo problem.
The Dog Poop Project is a way to encourage residents to pick up after their pooches, its founder says.
NYU student Melody Kelemu applied for a grant to convert dog poop into fuel in Washington Square Park.
Inwood and Washington Heights residents say their streets are minefields of doggie doo.
Report claims Washington Heights has more pooper scooper violations than other Manhattan neighborhoods.
Landmarks Preservation Commission found three dog curbing signs illegal.
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