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Boerum Hill »

Trash Buildup from Local School Plagues Residents of Boerum Hill

For more than a decade, residents have complained about the garbage disposal practices of PS 261.

Clinton Hill »

Community Board Says Yeshiva Should Move to South Williamsburg

United Talmudical Academy should seek legal space in southern Williamsburg, CB2 members said.

Financial District »

How to Navigate Your Child's School Transition

Morris Cohen, LCSW, discusses the school transitions for fifth, eighth and 12th graders.

Sunnyside »

Worker Dies in 5-Story Elevator Fall at School Construction Site: Officials

The worker was wearing a safety harness but had not connected it to a life line, officials said.

Lower East Side »

'80s Singer Lisa Lisa to Headline School Fundraiser

Lisa Lisa will perform at Schoolapalooza, an annual fundraiser for the Children's Workshop School.

Upper West Side »

Longtime Leader of Mandell School Stepping Down After 15 Years

The granddaughter of the school's founder is departing for a position in Houston, Texas.

Astoria »

What to Do If Your Child Is Waitlisted for Kindergarten

Here are tips on what to do if your family is still waiting for a seat.

Fort Greene »

Displaced Auburn Shelter Kids Bused to Class at Fort Greene's P.S. 67

Many kids who lived at The Auburn Family Residence have been moved to other shelters across the city.

Cobble Hill »

Two Cobble Hill Students Flee Unknown Men Following Them in Van: Report

The two PS 29 students alerted authorities after the incident last Friday, according to reports.

Corona »

Manhole Fire Forces Brief Evacuation of Corona Middle School

The explosion happened about 7 a.m. Friday morning, the FDNY said.

Gramercy »

Police Academy Set to Move Out of Gramercy in July, NYPD Says

The Police Academy will move from its longtime Gramercy home to a new Queens campus.

Upper East Side »

Elite St. David's School Looks to Expand with Rooftop Addition

St. David's is the latest Upper East Side private school trying to expand.

Upper East Side »

Schools Open But Transit Slow After Storm Dumps Foot of Snow

More than a foot of snow fell on parts of the city, the National Weather Service said.

Upper East Side »

Dalton School's 2-Story Addition Approved Despite Community Opposition

Community leaders said that the expansion was a show of privilege by the tony private school.

Greenpoint »

Teen Hospitalized by Bullies Stays Home as School Fails to Act, Mom Says

The mom of a girl bullied at Frances Perkins Academy said the school has been no help.

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