Garment District »

4 Things To Do This Week in New York City's Neighborhoods

The week's most interesting events are here for you in one handy guide.

Dyker Heights »

100-Year-Old Math Teacher Still Going Strong at Brooklyn Elementary School

Madeline Scotto, 100, has been teaching at St. Ephrem's in Dyker Heights since 1954.

Morrisania »

6 Things for You to Do in New York City This Weekend

Pickles and Bronx doo wop are on your agenda this weekend.

Midtown »

Cuomo Names 4 City Hospitals as Ebola Treatment Centers

The Port Authority, MTA and other agencies are also preparing to handle an Ebola case.

Long Island City »

Officials Break Ground on Only Planned Parenthood in Queens

The borough's only Planned Parenthood center is expected to open at 21-41 45th Rd. in May.

East Harlem »

Local Organization Plans to Make 10,000 Sandwiches to Fight Hunger

One ambitious non-profit aims to feed every hungry New Yorker on World Food Day.

Civic Center »

Ebola Outbreak Got You Panicked? Here's How to Cope

DNAinfo mental health columnist Morris Cohen has tips on how to stay grounded amid the Ebola scare.

Park Slope »

Toxic Lead Paint Found in South Slope Day Care Center

The Shirley Chisholm Day Care Center has lead paint that can be a danger to children, inspectors found.

Central Harlem »

Get Free Fruits and Vegetables at Harlem Community Food Hub

The food pantry will be open five days a week and host a farm share program every Tuesday.

Concourse »

Join Thousands of Cyclists for the Tour de Bronx Bike Ride

The event will take place on Sunday, Oct. 26 starting at the Bronx County Building.

Central Harlem »

Harlem Residents Frustrated After Building's Gas Shut Down

The gas has been shut off at 263 W. 153rd St. since a reported leak on Oct. 2.

Kips Bay »

Ebola Virus Not Found in 2 Bellevue Patients, City Says

The NYC Health and Hospitals Corporation said two people were "evaluated" at Bellevue Monday. 

St. George »

Staten Island Half Marathon Brings Street Closures Sunday

Several streets will be closed 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Sunday for the 13.1-mile race.

Cobble Hill »

SUNY Signs Deal to Sell Long Island College Hospital

State officials reached an agreement with Fortis Property Group for its $240 million proposal for LICH. 

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