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Washington Heights »

Community boards across the city can't afford to translate their meetings.

Lower East Side »

Students from the Earth School got an online education company to add LGBT studies to its curriculum.

Fort Greene »

Parents have accused Success Academy of discriminating against students with disabilities.

Lower East Side »

SUNY claimed Success Academy's written online approval for Districts 1 or 6 on a data-entry glitch.

Lower East Side »

Success Academy got permission to open a school in Districts 1 or 6 without community outreach.

Bed-Stuy »

The "audible alarms bill" is sponsored by central Brooklyn Councilman Robert Cornegy.

Bed-Stuy »

A new bill that would alarm elementary school exits is crucial with universal pre-K, its sponsor says.

Forest Hills »

Transportation Alternatives is asking the CBs to back the study and safety enhancements on the road.

Jackson Heights »

The ID, part of a State of the City promise by Mayor de Blasio, works like a driver's license.

Sunnyside »

The mayor marched in the Sunnyside event, but plans to skip the Manhattan parade later this month.

Jackson Heights »

The Three Children Too Many group hopes to educate and protect residents on busy streets. 

Jackson Heights »

The meetings will let residents discuss their thoughts — and vision — for neighborhood parks.

Jackson Heights »

Councilman Daniel Dromm is asking that the holiday, celebrated by thousands, be recognized by the city.

Jackson Heights »

City Councilman Daniel Dromm and the DOT will contribute a combined $2.5 million to improve the plaza.

Civic Center »

Councilmembers, including Christine Quinn, are promising the votes to override his veto.