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Jamaica »

Jamaica Residents Want More Restaurants and Shops, Survey Says

Residents gave preferences for new businesses as part of a neighborhood survey.

St. George »

Staten Island Arts Group to Measure the Borough's 'Cultural Production'

Staten Island Arts will start a survey of the island's art community.

Red Hook »

Red Hook Lobster Pound Truck is No. 1 in America

The lobster truck was voted the best in the country by food blog, The Daily Meal.

Carroll Gardens »

Participatory Budgeting Brings in Women and Minority Voters, Study Shows

Low-income, minorities and women were more engaged in participatory budgeting, a new study shows.

Jamaica »

Jamaica Community Group Conducts First Survey on Neighborhood's Future

The Greater Jamaica Development Corporation is looking for input about 40 acres of brownfield sites.  

New York City »

Graffiti and Water Damage Plague Subway Platforms, Survey Finds

The Straphangers Campaign surveyed 251 subway platforms in 2012.

New York City »

Bloomberg Trails Cuomo, Christie and Obama on Sandy Response, Poll Finds

A new poll shows high approval for the government's handling of the storm.

New York City »

Brooklyn Residents Love New York Most, Survey Says

The vast majority of New Yorkers think the Big Apple is a great place to live.

New York City »

More Riders Feel Unsafe on Subways At Night, Survey Finds

Riders are more concerned about their personal safety at night, a new survey finds.

Greenpoint »

Brooklyn Food Makers Young and Sharing Spaces, Survey Shows

Most Brooklyn food makers share spaces to make products, a study shows.

Manhattan »

Street Homeless Numbers Soar

The number of homeless men and women sleeping on the streets is up 23 percent this year.

Downtown »

Downtown Residents Slow to Respond to 9/11 Health Survey

Only 41 percent of residents have responded to the World Trade Center Health Registry's latest survey.

Murray Hill, Gramercy & Midtown East »

Madison Square Park Could Ban New Events

Community Board 5 wants to ban all new events in Madison Square Park.

Midtown & Theater District »

Fewer Manhattan High Schools Get A's and Prep Kids For College, Report Says

Manhattan's high schools received more "F's" and fewer "A's" this year, according to new progress reports released by the city's Department of Education Monday.

Manhattan »

Life in Manhattan is Great, Survey Finds

More than 90 percent of Manhattan residents are satisfied with life in the city, a new survey finds.

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