Parishioners are angry that metal has been taken from church buildings with no explanation.
A debate over outdoor play space versus neighborhood quiet is underway on W. 107th Street.
Brighton Beach is ramping up efforts to prevent violence for this year's Chancellor's Day.
Opponents of the Williamsburg charter said they plan to appeal a judge's decision to toss their suit.
An 8-year-old boy was left behind because he didn't have a field trip permission slip, cops say.
Michael Aquino allegedly made inappropriate remarks to three female students at George Westinghouse HS.
The city ruled against a new farmers' market outside Wyckoff Heights hospital.
Lightning hit P.S. 167 at 1025 Eastern Parkway in Crown Heights, knocking bricks from the chimney.
Russian-speaking parents are looking for an Upper West Side school to host a dual-language program.
Vincent Maniscalco heads the specialized high school Staten Island Tech, which requires an entrance exam.
The Carroll School reportedly distributed notices confirming the presence of bed bugs at the school.
Michel Gondry's new film, entitled "The We and the I," is about a group of Bronx high schoolers.
Eco-conscious third-graders help school bag '2012 Green Cup Recycle Challenge.'
Admissions director Deborah Edel of the Mary McDowell Friends School is retiring after 27 years.
Principal Jason Griffiths believes school is about personal development in addition to academics.
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