CEC District 2 approved sweeping school zoning changes in lower Manhattan and the Upper East Side.
The annual Halloween party at Hell's Kitchen Park was originally launched as a way to reclaim it from drug dealers.
Some are concerned the Hudson Yards project will bring hundreds of students to schools that aren't prepared for them.
Parents voiced their opposition to plans that would change the school many of their children would go to.
Community Board 4 plans on rallying parents before a hearing on a contentious school rezoning plan.
Members of Community Board 5 are urging the city to reverse a decision to shrink a soon-to-be-built schoool near Union Square.
A crowd rallied outside P.S. 51 in Hell's Kitchen Wednesday to protest the Department of Education's proposal.
P.S. 51 students could be split up and moved into P.S. 11 and the Clinton Middle School in the wake of construction.
The mayor said parents from poor neighborhoods fighting his school-closure plan lack "formal education."
Parents and local leaders had described the delayed election as a "debacle."
The Department of Education has delayed its parent elections after complaints of serious mishandling.
Pen Parentis recently launched a national website to help parents balance writing and parenting.
The Inwood Little League annual parade kicked off the 61st season of the historic baseball league.
A Queens Councilman wants to bar eateries from giving away toys unless meals meet certain nutritional standards.
A celebration is planned for the official opening of Indian Road Playground.
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