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Crown Heights »

Local residents and groups are encouraged to apply for the Crown Heights Grant Program through Sept. 23.

Cobble Hill »

From joining a committee to starting a dual language program, parents are transforming schools.

Astoria »

The Queens Council on the Arts will be accepting applications for its Queens Arts Fund through Oct. 9.

Upper East Side »

Ben Kallos is proposing a grant program for small businesses affected by Second Avenue subway work.

West Harlem »

Distribution of $2 million in grants in 2014 will be based on the applicants' strategic goals.

West Harlem »

The group has awarded $3 million to 110 nonprofits in 2013.

St. George »

The museum will use the money to support upcoming exhibits, including "Return of the Mastodon."

West Harlem »

Columbia University agreed to provide the money as a part of its West Harlem campus expansion.

Chinatown »

About $200,000 in funds will help small businesses south of Canal Street following the storm.

South Street Seaport »

The Downtown Alliance awarded 17 lower Manhattan businesses hurt by the storm $266K in grants.

Financial District »

Lower Manhattan businesses can apply for as much as $20,000 in the "Back to Business" program.

Long Island City »

Each year the Queens Council on the Arts gives thousands of dollars to Queens artists.

Clinton Hill »

Brown Memorial Baptist Church received a $200,000 grant to restore two Tiffany stained glass windows.

East Village & Lower East Side »

A DOE investigation found former principal Ling Ling Chou of the Shuang Wen School had violated rules.

Manhattan »

The City Council faced off Tuesday on controversial legislation that would boost wages for some workers.