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The NYPD handed out nearly 200 summonses in August but drivers keep returning.

Midland Beach »

The cafe will take the place of an historic diner that was destroyed by Hurricane Sandy.

Inwood »

The controversial Dyckman Street venue will stay open all winter for the first time.

Washington Heights »

A local volunteer gardening group said they find syringes and human waste in Juan Pablo Duarte Square.

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Upper East Side »

Physicist Matthew Williamson was approved for a permit to study radiation in Central Park in June.

Upper West Side »

The PDC said the Parks Department only has to modify three benches before it gives final approval.

Arverne »

The shacks were under 24-hour guard while they sat on Beach 104th Street.

Bed-Stuy »

The new World War I memorial in Bedford-Stuyvesant's Saratoga Park was unveiled Wednesday.

Rockaway Beach »

The proposed "tanning tables" for the Rockaway Boardwalk have been removed after community complaints.

Rockaway Beach »

Attendance was up 140 percent in Staten Island, 90 percent in The Bronx and 25 percent in Rockaway.

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Flatiron »

A tree protection plan shows that London plane trees will suffer during the rehab.

Red Hook »

The park's scheduled $118K improvement project will be halted until a community meeting takes place. 

Corona »

Charlie, the 5-month-old Pomeranian, was released Tuesday after surgery.