A running group said the city has been slow to fix two dozen street lamps along jogging paths in parks.
Advocates say the plan is "progress," but also say the five-year timetable is too long.
After 10 years without a wage increase, day care workers will get one, but it's not enough, many say.
The Edmund W. Gordon High School for the Applied Sciences will open next fall in Downtown Brooklyn.
The Path to Possible rally supported doubling the number of charter school students citywide.
The 27-year-old was last seen at 345 Adams St.
The city is diverting $150 million in federal funds from flood prevention in Red Hook and the Rockaways.
Kendra is "sassy and smart and a lot of fun," the bike's owner says in a flier.
Six inmates, four with serious injuries, were transported to to Lutheran Medical Center.
DNAinfo New York looked at scores for the ever-important fourth grade English tests.
From haunted houses to all-night parties, here are some ways you can get into the Halloween spirit.
Google expanded its speedy online delivery service to New York and other East Coast cities Wednesday.
Two Williamsburg landlords, a jeweler and their three wives were arrested Tuesday, prosecutors said.
Residents are angry over the city's proposed regulatory agreement for affordable co-ops known as HDFCs.
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