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New Dorp »

Staten Island 'Forgotten' by Plows 48 Hours After Snowstorm, Residents Say

Residents of the borough criticized Bill de Blasio for poor snow removal.

New Dorp Beach »

Sanitation Worker Shocked by Downed Wire on Storm-Ravaged Staten Island

Michael Lewery was shocked Sunday morning in New Dorp Beach, one of the areas worst hit by Sandy.

Mott Haven »

Mott Haven Food Pantry Overflows With Rotten Vegetables, Neighbors Say

Hungry residents are forced to find edible vegetables among boxes of rotting produce, residents say.

New York City »

Dead Workers' Families Stole $400K in City Pension Cash, Investigators Say

A city Department of Investigation report found eight people wrongly collected city pension funds.

East Village & Lower East Side »

Sanitation Worker Caught Stealing iPad from East Village Cafe, Police Say

Michael Maldonado was charged with petit larceny for stealing an iPad from Cafe Cortadito, police said.

Chelsea & Hell's Kitchen »

Occupy Wall Street Protesters Turned Away Trying to Retrieve Belongings

City officials said Occupy Wall Street protesters would be able to pick their belongings up on Tuesday, but then turned people away.

Downtown »

Sugarcane Cafeteria Trays Help Battery Park City School Go Green

P.S. 89 has cut its lunchtime waste by more than half since switching to the sugarcane trays.

Harlem »

East Harlem Kids Reclaim Trash-Strewn Lot

For Arbor Day, the kids at Harlem RBI's Dream Charter School plant wildflowers in a lot once littered with garbage.

Manhattan »

Trees Cut Down to Make Way For SoHo Sanitation Garage

A handful of trees surrounding the construction site of a $500 million sanitation garage were removed.

Manhattan »

City Plan to Raze Trees for Sanitation Garage Infuriates Local Celebs

Five trees on Washington Street would come down under the city's plan to build a $500 million sanitation garage.

Washington Heights & Inwood »

Upper Manhattanites Wade Through Dog Poop-Lined Streets

Inwood and Washington Heights residents say their streets are minefields of doggie doo.

Washington Heights & Inwood »

Trash Piles Revealed on Inwood Streets as Snow Melts

Mounds of trash are being revealed on the sidewalks of 207th Street, one of Inwood's busiest commercial corridors.

Manhattan »

City to Resume Garbage Pick Up Monday

Garbage pick up is set to resume on Monday, one week after a blizzard dumped 20 inches of snow on the city.

Manhattan »

Downtown Residents File Appeal to Block Sanitation Garage

Celebrities including James Gandolfini have opposed construction of the $500 million garage on Spring Street.

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