Midtown »

Thousands March Through Manhattan in Climate Change Protest

Thousands marched from the Upper West Side through Times Square to call for action on global warming. 

Great Kills »

Staten Island Group Given $136K to Clean Up Local Streets

Council members Vincent Ignizio and Steven Matteo gave the funds to Where to Turn to clean up litter.

East Harlem »

What Happened in New York This Week: 9 Stories You Need to Read

DNAinfo ranked elementary schools, investigated the ACS and found affordable apartments this week.

Pelham Parkway »

Free Memberships at 33 Cultural Centers Available with New Municipal ID

The city will not provide additional funds to the institutions to offset revenue lost to the discounts.

Fort Greene »

Letitia James Backed Hotel Project After Builder Donated to Her Campaign

James got $4,000 from developers, then wrote them a letter of support to the city.

Kips Bay »

Rampant Runaways at City's Foster Facility 'Raises Concerns,' Mayor Says

Mayor Bill de Blasio said officials want to create a more secure environment at the Children's Center.

St. George »

$190M in Sandy Funds Used to Buy Two Staten Island Ferries

Politicians announced $190M in federal funds will be used to buy the new boats.

Prospect Heights »

MAP: Check Out the 8 Projects Happening in Brooklyn's Cultural District

From BAM to the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, eight cultural groups are getting $22 million in city funds.

Corona »

You Can Vote on How to Spend $1 Million in Queens

The Participatory Budget program comes to Councilwoman Julissa Ferreras' office in September.

Midtown »

March Against Climate Change Coming to NYC This Weekend

More than 100,000 people are expected to march for action on climate change on Sunday. 

Inwood »

Inwood Post Office Set to Be Renamed in Honor of Fallen Solider

The post office at 90 Vermilyea Ave. will be named after Corporal Juan Alcantara.

Kips Bay »

Shelter Where Kids Went Missing Lacks Permit to Operate Legally, City Says

Kids were reported missing nearly 1,600 times from the Administration for Children's Services center.

New Dorp »

Recycling Push Starts in Staten Island After Huge Spike in Violations

Councilman Steven Matteo said his district had a reported 200 percent increase in fines issued.

Civic Center »

Bratton Hires Ex-NYPD Official to Revamp Use-of-Force Training

Michael Julian, considered an "out of the box" thinker, is a special consultant on NYPD retraining.  

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