Gov. Cuomo and Mayor de Blasio announced a $400,000 "Race for Space" program for the East Shore.
The city is asking for community input on developers' proposals for the Bedford Union Armory.
The Economic Development Corporation is awaiting approval from the state agencies to open the park.
The Queensway plan calls for basketball courts, learning gardens and a recreational center.
The owner of 2449 Second Ave. says the city missed its deadline and should give the land back.
The third phase of the project will likely not meet its Memorial Day 2016 finish date, an official said.
The proposed "tanning tables" for the Rockaway Boardwalk have been removed after community complaints.
The seating areas were ripped by community members over concerns about cancer and improper use.
The word "ROCKAWAY" on the boardwalk won't include the "R" at first — it's being built later.
Pier 4 could be partly closed to the public if the city strikes a deal with a private maritime company.
Local politicians are spearheading an effort to improve six sites between 60th and 117th streets.
Greg Clancy of the Economic Development Corporation is moving to a job in the private sector.
In a report, the Comptroller accuses the economic development organization of lax oversight.
A job fair was set for Wednesday, March 26, at P.S. 30 in Far Rockaway.
With damage, blown-out windows and no gas, local businesses are unsure when they can reopen.
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