Hospitals are expected to spend $6.3 billion on construction in 2016 and 2017, a new report found.
This is the 25th year for the annual train show, which runs from Nov. 19 to Jan. 16 at the garden.
Rents fell more in NYC than other major cities, a report found.
About 25 of 400 high schools prep students well for college, according to Breakthrough New York.
James Martin has been connected to at least three murders, prosecutors said.
After Black Friday and Cyber Monday, New Yorkers can partake in a day of charitable giving
Julio Pabón recently finished writing a book about Fidel Castro's 1995 visit to The Bronx.
From festive wall hangings to chocolate treats, there are calendars for Christmas as well as Hanukkah.
Julio Pabón hopes to publish his book by Oct. 23 for the 21st anniversary of Fidel Castro's visit.
Perry Little died nearly a month after his neighbor stabbed him in a fight over money, police say.
The lottery for nine affordable apartments at 2346 Prospect Ave. are open through Dec. 14.
Nate Medina, I.S. 318's parent coordinator, makes sure parents' voices are heard.
Owners of 178 buildings could lose their 421-a tax breaks as part of the city crackdown, officials said.
The attack happened on Thursday in a building by Grand Concourse and 175th Street, police said.
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