State Sen. Daniel Squadron called the BPCA "woefully inadequate" for shutting out public comment.
A public plaza is being built at the base of new luxury condo 50 West.
Check out everything from swimming to a beer tasting to live music.
The city's rat indexing program maps, tracks and attacks rat populations in Manhattan and The Bronx.
The former Correction Officers union leader was charged with taking a bribe to invest pension funds.
The iconic bronze sculpture, which survived 9/11, will be moved from Battery Park to Liberty Park.
About ten protesters chanting "defund police and fund black futures" were arrested Thursday morning.
The thief walked through the front door at 7 a.m. and grabbed the items last week.
Bronx activist Mychal Johnson wants the water opened up for public access.
Catch an outdoor movie, get your nails done for free or learn how to dance this weekend.
The city is reforming the discipline code, but many say more support is needed for changes to work.
Elected officials asked the Port Authority to end its contest seeking designs for a new bus terminal.
The plan would move the juveniles to the Horizon facility by the end of 2020.
Ten protesters were arrested after calling for end of funding unions that "protect killer cops."
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