A local church will begin housing the men who sleep in local parks and streets in time for winter.
A preview of the "Delancey Underground" project was unveiled on Essex Street.
Project organizers are set to host an exhibit to showcase plans for the "Lowline."
Thefts and vandalism kicked off the school year, officials said.
Inwood locals mourned the death of beloved artist Young Jee who created mandalas in Inwood Hill Park.
78th Street had been closed to traffic during the summer as a play street.
McCarren Park's lights were restored six weeks after they went dark, players said.
The WNYC Transmitter Park will open this Saturday.
The city plans to relocate the MTA's cars at 65 Commercial St. for a park it promised in 2005.
The city has issued a request for proposals for food vendors at McCarren Pool.
The Open Space Alliance and the Parks Department are seeking a new leader, the OSA board said.
Angel Wilburn estimated $250 in sales daily for selling swimmers locks outside McCarren Pool.
Two teens who allegedly assaulted a girl after a McCarren Pool swim were arrested at the Giglio Feast.
Cops arrested three men at McCarren Pool Tuesday night.
The park in Far Rockaway features a new lawn near Beach 19th Street and pavilion at Beach 30th Street.
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