The Brooklyn Historic Railway Association wants to restore the tunnel, though the city deemed it unsafe.
A study found the uptown park is one of the happiest spots in the entire borough.
Get to your happy, solo place at one of these low-key spots near Columbia University.
Scientists tested 10 sites on the river's estuary between Westchester County and Lower Manhattan.
The Brooklyn-based study was launched by the U.S. Army Corps, May 28.
As controversy over street vendors continues, research shows how they sell their wares.
The largest study to date found no clear link between toxic Ground Zero dust and cancer.
The area around Columbia University is jammed with study spots for students.
Kennedy's large passenger and connecting flight volume make it disease super-spreader.
New York is the most economically competitive city on earth, according to a new survey released Monday.
A federal advisory panel could soon recommend the Zadroga Act cover cancer for 9/11 first responders.
The report on a potential Walmart in Harlem was released by Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer.
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.
Customers who pay attention to the calorie counts in fast-food restaurants bought food with fewer calories, according to a new study.
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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