Top stories this week include a dead bear cub, affordable apartments and late-night dining options.
The MTA will spend more than $17 billion on repairs and upgrades over the next five years.
Catch up on what happened during the week that was with this handy round-up.
The map-making project will hopefully get more members of the community involved.
The painting is now showing at Mama Joy's restaurant with prints and iPhone cases available.
Local resident Jim McMahon created a map and timeline of the storm in Red Hook.
Jim McMahon mapped the storm surge that swept through the neighborhood during Hurricane Sandy.
More than 400 locations have been chosen across Manhattan, Brooklyn and Queens.
A new interactive city map features planned street closures for construction and events.
The much-anticipated new neighborhood could soon move forward, if developers can find the right tenants.
A map installed in August will help people find courthouses and navigate the Civic Center.
The MTA's new subway maps tell riders which stop they're at and which stops come next.
An arts group is asking New Yorkers to record Times Square noise and remix it into songs.
The map tracks everything from noise complaints to potholes, block by block.
The City Council Speaker announced a new "red alert system" to identify affordable housing that's about to be lost.
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