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Simmons said a local anti-violence group will expand its programs.
More than 70 middle school students spent the summer learning about protecting the city's harbor.
Participants said they weren't told the free camp at Rory Staunton Field would involve religion.
The program marks its 15th anniversary at the Queens Library this week.
The new TASC high school equivalency exam covers advanced topics like trigonometry and Newton's laws.
The After Dark Ryders, formed in 2008, do many charitable activities for the borough.
New Yorkers raising birds in their backyards said they like the organic eggs and fun of having a pet.
The Design Lab is made up of five spaces that let kids create and build their own pieces of art
Music, poetry and sailing are on offer this weekend.
The new "audible alarms bill" requires the city to examine schools to see where alarms are necessary.
Whalemina was in Rockaway for nearly two decades before being destroyed by Hurricane Sandy.
P.S. 307, near the Farragut Houses, is struggling to draw applicants even though P.S. 8's pre-K closed.
Free breakfast and lunch are available to people 18 and under at 1,000 city sites.
BLACKSOCKS hopes to raise $5,000 for the University Heights High School music program.
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