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Cobble Hill »

Atlantic Avenue Tunnel Should Be Reopened, Brooklyn Historical Group Says

The Brooklyn Historic Railway Association wants to restore the tunnel, though the city deemed it unsafe.

Hudson Heights »

Fort Tryon Park is the Happiest Spot in Manhattan, Study Finds

A study found the uptown park is one of the happiest spots in the entire borough.

Morningside Heights »

The Best Places to Hang Out Solo at Columbia University

Get to your happy, solo place at one of these low-key spots near Columbia University.

Upper West Side »

Sewage Fills Hudson River With Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria, Study Finds

Scientists tested 10 sites on the river's estuary between Westchester County and Lower Manhattan.

Red Hook »

$20M Post-Sandy Study Begins for North Atlantic Coast

The Brooklyn-based study was launched by the U.S. Army Corps, May 28.

Upper East Side »

New Study Shows Prevalence of Street Vendors in Upper East Side

As controversy over street vendors continues, research shows how they sell their wares.

New York City »

No Clear Link Between 9/11 and Cancer, Study Finds

The largest study to date found no clear link between toxic Ground Zero dust and cancer.

Morningside Heights »

Favorite Study Spaces for Columbia Students

The area around Columbia University is jammed with study spots for students.

Jamaica »

JFK Most Likely Airport to Spread Disease in Outbreak, Study Says

Kennedy's large passenger and connecting flight volume make it disease super-spreader.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

New York Crowned 'Most Competitive' City

New York is the most economically competitive city on earth, according to a new survey released Monday.

Downtown »

9/11 Panel Leaning Towards Cancer Coverage Under Zadroga Act

A federal advisory panel could soon recommend the Zadroga Act cover cancer for 9/11 first responders.

Harlem »

Walmart Would Spoil Fresh Food Businesses in Harlem, Study Says

The report on a potential Walmart in Harlem was released by Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer.

Midtown & Theater District »

Plan to Extend Sixth Avenue Bike Lane to Central Park Stalled

A proposal by one member of Midtown's Community Board 5 to extend Sixth Avenue's bike lane to Central Park was met with resistance from other members worried about increased congestion.

Manhattan »

Calorie Postings Make New Yorkers Eat Better, Health Dept. Study Finds

Customers who pay attention to the calorie counts in fast-food restaurants bought food with fewer calories, according to a new study.

Manhattan »

Pilot Study Finds One-in-Five Teachers Are 'Ineffective,' Report Says

A top DOE official revealed one-in-five teachers were rated "ineffective" under a pilot program for the city's new teacher evaulation system, Crain's reported.

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