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Yorkville »

Critics said Hurricane Sandy proves the city shouldn't be building a waste transfer station in Zone A.

Chelsea »

Councilmembers expressed a desire to hold Jamestown to its promises on community benefits.

Midtown East »

Chancellor Walcott said he hopes to replicate the partnership behind the new P.S. 59 building.

Upper East Side »

East Siders surveyed by Councilwoman Jessica Lappin saw more trash when subway cans were removed.

Sutton Place »

The East Side is getting a new park, but plans call for gates with locks at both entrances.

Roosevelt Island »

Roosevelt Island is getting $2 million in funding for a library and $2 million for other projects.

Carnegie Hill »

Pols and union leaders say Mount Sinai reneged on a promise to drop a controversial moving company.

Upper East Side »

The M101 will see more midday service, while the M102 and M103 will see less under an MTA proposal.

Yorkville »

The DOE has signed a 15-year lease for P.S. 527's Our Lady of Good Counsel building on E. 91st Street.

Yorkville »

The MTA launched a new site Friday where it will post weekly air quality results for the 2nd Ave. subway.

Midtown East »

32BJ members promised to escalate their fight against the landlord with protests at his other properties.

Upper East Side »

That's twice what it would cost the city the keep its current waste transfer system, the report said.

New York City »

Grand larcenies, robberies, burglaries and rapes are up. Car thefts and murders are down.

Manhattan »

The Council held its first self-defense course in Manhattan following a series of gropings.

East Village & Lower East Side »

Politicians distributed flyers Thursday with photos of an alleged groper who struck Downtown and the UES.