A Manhattan federal judge ruled the Army Corps of Engineers improperly issued a permit for the project.
Hear a discussion on Arturo Vega and the Ramones or catch a free screening of "Love Story."
The former U.S. Attorney was fired by the Trump administration after refusing to resign.
The Penn South Playground and the Hudson Park Library are two of the sites that could secure funding.
Meet a prolific biographer, discuss the future of public schools or fight NYC's cabaret license law.
The GO Project has been helping underserved NYC schoolchildren for nearly 50 years.
Arroyo was killed in The Bronx when Jose Gonzalez hijacked her ambulance and ran her over, police said.
Unlimited 30-day MetroCards will increase to $121 from $116.50.
Many public schools across the city don't recite the pledge, although it is a state requirement.
The market, which moved to its current space last year, doesn't currently serve alcohol, its owner said.
The woman, 62, stepped from between two parked cars and was hit, police said.
Kindergarten offers were sent Wednesday, and waitlists were down, the city said.
Police released surveillance footage of the suspects entering a subway station.
Community Board 2 will hold a public hearing on the issue Wednesday evening.
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