Chelsea »

PHOTOS: Cooling Centers Offer a Chance to Cool Down, Play Games

On hot days, the Hudson Guild center at 119 Ninth Ave. is open and air-conditioned until 8 p.m.

Williamsburg »

10 Things to Do in Your Brooklyn Neighborhood This Weekend

From a brunch rave to a Hindu Lamp Ceremony, Brooklyn's got events this weekend to keep you busy.

Civic Center »

Legionnaires' Disease Bacteria Found in A/C on Bronx Hospital, Mayor says

One system was on top of Lincoln Hospital and the other at Concourse Plaza in The Bronx. 

Bushwick »

Bushwick Teen Goes From 200 Pounds to Karate Champ

Jaida Rosario now trains at least four hours a day for competition.

Upper West Side »

Theatrical Dance Class Lets Seniors and Their Instructors Act Young Again

JCC volunteers are leading seniors at JHL in Nia classes that help them stay mobile.

Sunset Park »

Proposed Marijuana Dispensary in Sunset Park Gets Green Light from Board

Mindful Medical is proposing to open a facility at 800 Third Ave. in Sunset Park.

Williamsburg »

Dating App Aims to Bridge Missed Connections, Even on Internet-Free Subway

It uses Bluetooth instead of Internet when there's no service.

Greenpoint »

Crunch Gym Opens in Greenpoint

It's one of the chain's "essential" gyms with discounted rates.

High Bridge »

2 Dead and 31 Sickened by Legionnaires' Disease Outbreak in South Bronx

Since July 10, 31 cases of the illness have been reported in the South Bronx.

Cypress Hills »

New Pitkin Verde Farmers Market Debuts in Cypress Hills

The market will operate outside the East New York Diagnostic & Treatment Center through November.

Ridgewood »

MTA Kicking Gardeners out of Ridgewood Community Greenspace

The MTA's New York City Transit Authority says the gardeners don't have permission to be there.

Astoria »

New York Lags Behind Nation on Helping People With Disabilities: Study

A new report finds New York City isn't doing all it can for people with disabilities.

Annandale »

City to Spray Pesticide on Parts of Staten Island on Thursday

The pesticide will reduce the mosquito population and try to stop the risk of West Nile virus.

Greenwich Village »

Is Your Home Toxic? NYC Lab Works to Expose Unsafe Building Materials

The Healthy Material Labs, led by Parsons, is focusing on safer, more affordable building products.

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