A nonprofit worked with architects and community members to study ways of improving the esplanade.
Gilberto Aceves Navarro, an artist from Mexico City, will debut "Las Bicicletas" in New York this June.
Children from Head Start partnered with the 161st St BID to celebrate Earth Day in the South Bronx.
A 17-year-old Upper West Sider was chosen to travel to Antarctica and then share his knowledge locally.
The Upper West Side school opted to stop giving out free toys, parents said.
The International Speedway Corporation announced the $80 million sale of the Bloomfield site.
All you need is a train ticket and some boots to get to some of the best hikes the area has to offer.
Organizers hope to put the “forest” back into Forest Hills.
The group, which paints rooftops white to cut energy consumption, is coming to Queens for the first time.
The girls' private school expects 200 students and local politicians to attend the conference.
Urban Greenwalk will create a weeklong open-air museum in the West Village in April.
Proposed restrictions would apply to businesses, a sanitation department official said Monday.
The mobile building is now open on the grounds of M.S. 50.
An official at the DEC is concerned the green-up project could lead to more heating oil spills.
The so-called "green fee" reportedly is to reduce the number of MetroCards printed.
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