City agencies teamed up with Fairway Market to fight the neighborhood's rat problem.
Delays in renovations to the P.S. 166 playground may push construction further into the school year.
A nearly 50-year-old statue is being restored in Flushing Meadows-Corona Park.
The DOH and Parks Department are testing a new material in tree pits on the UWS to prevent rats nests.
With the damaged dock replaced, free kayaking is returning to the Hudson River at 72nd Street Sunday.
A man who was hit by a tree in Prospect Park says the city failed to maintain the tree.
Yingyi Li-Dikov, 30, died Sunday after a 70-year-old oak toppled onto her.
Yingyi Li, 30, was six months pregnant and expecting a girl, her distraught husband said.
The Parks Department spruced up three statues in Livingston and Tompkinsville.
Bronx advocates will meet next week and call on the mayoral candidates to address city park disparities.
The city spent $700,000 to restore eight malls on Broadway in Hamilton Heights.
The city put out a request for proposals to restore and renovate an amusement center in Staten Island.
A large outgrowth of the rash-causing plant has sprouted up just south of Inwood Hill's soccer fields.
Community leaders say they haven't been consulted about where the bathrooms will go.
Kids feeling the heat? Bed-Stuy playgrounds can help cool them off.
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