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East Williamsburg »

Sixteen landlords in other neighborhoods face $284,000 in fines for advertising short-term rentals.

Upper West Side »

The four projects to win a share of the $1M were all upgrades to neighborhood grade schools.

Upper West Side »

Freedom House has drawn complaints from community residents since it opened in 2012.

Upper West Side »

Helen Rosenthal drafted legislation to create an Office of the Tenant Advocate in the Buildings Dept.

Upper West Side »

The event addressing the citywide hate crime spike invites residents to share their concerns. 

Upper West Side »

Cary Goodman has spearheaded efforts to oppose AMNH's expansion, and is now running for city council.

Upper West Side »

Upper West Siders can vote for their favorite neighborhood projects from Mar. 25 to April 2.

Upper West Side »

Data shows that one intersection in the West 90s appears to have gotten more dangerous over the years.

Upper West Side »

The area around the Crab Apple Grove and Hippo Playground will get new plantings and re-paved paths.

Upper West Side »

The Department of Education presented more details on the latest plan, which were met with frustration. 

Upper West Side »

P.S. 191 will occupy space at 21 West End Ave., on the bottom of a luxury residential tower.

Civic Center »

The Right to Record Act was introduced July 14 by Council members, including Jumaane Williams.

Civic Center »

The rooms, which cannot be bathrooms, must have a chair, electrical outlet and access to running water.

West Harlem »

At the final meeting before the vote, residents asked for a rent rollback.

Upper West Side »

The winners of the participatory budgeting process will split $1 million in City Council funding.