Leave No Footprint helps New Yorkers properly dispose of items such as batteries and old electronics.
The bins are a growing problem for the city, said Councilman Ydanis Rodriguez.
The de Blasios did what every New Yorker does before a move — they put their old stuff on the street.
The protest was in response to the city's plan to remove trees on the site of a planned ramp.
Residents of the borough criticized Bill de Blasio for poor snow removal.
Michael Lewery was shocked Sunday morning in New Dorp Beach, one of the areas worst hit by Sandy.
Hungry residents are forced to find edible vegetables among boxes of rotting produce, residents say.
A city Department of Investigation report found eight people wrongly collected city pension funds.
Michael Maldonado was charged with petit larceny for stealing an iPad from Cafe Cortadito, police said.
City officials said Occupy Wall Street protesters would be able to pick their belongings up on Tuesday, but then turned people away.
P.S. 89 has cut its lunchtime waste by more than half since switching to the sugarcane trays.
For Arbor Day, the kids at Harlem RBI's Dream Charter School plant wildflowers in a lot once littered with garbage.
A handful of trees surrounding the construction site of a $500 million sanitation garage were removed.
Five trees on Washington Street would come down under the city's plan to build a $500 million sanitation garage.
Inwood and Washington Heights residents say their streets are minefields of doggie doo.
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