On hot days, the Hudson Guild center at 119 Ninth Ave. is open and air-conditioned until 8 p.m.
City Councilman Corey Johnson said his office is fielding an increased number of rat complaints.
Williamsburg's industrial history makes it unclear how chemicals could be impacting health, they said.
The policy shift is a victory for advocates who said the rule unfairly targeted some New Yorkers.
New Yorkers could be allowed to vote and serve in the military at age 18 but be forbidden from smoking.
Eating Denny's is "not healthy for you," the mayor said, but he will not block the diner from opening.
Proposed restrictions would apply to businesses, a sanitation department official said Monday.
The East 86th Street Association has rallied to clean up trash after the Doe Fund's departure.
A majority of voters support a crackdown on alcohol abuse, a new poll finds.
Montefiore's new "Bronx4Bronx," program sends health tips to patients via text message.
SOS Crown Heights hosts an anti-crime cookout Thursday as part of its Kickoff to a Safe Summer.
Some Councilmembers said they're entitled to eat whatever they want during lengthy hearings.
The program, which uses ex-gang members to prevent violence, has a new home at 653 Lenox Ave.
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