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Huguenot »

A $3.9 million renovation will transform Prescott Playground.

Inwood »

Carmen De La Rosa sat with DNAinfo to talk about her first session as 72nd District assemblywoman.

Hudson Square »

The Children's Museum of the Arts in Hudson Square has free classes beginning in October.

Long Island City »

The autistic boy's death resulted in Avonte's Law, requiring better schools safety measures.

Great Kills »

Parents of students at P.S. 37 have called on the city to replace cramped trailers in the school.

New Brighton »

Theresa Zapken said an assistant principal lied to her about her son being thrown to the ground.

Mott Haven »

The school would ideally be ready to open for the 2017-18 academic year.

Upper East Side »

P.S. 6's teachers and principal ignored the bullying for a year, prompting her parents to move her.

Kips Bay »

Police found Kyle Hoffmaier in Kew Gardens five days after he went missing from his family's apartment.

Long Island City »

The law firm that represents Avonte's family will give a $1,000 award to a student with autism.

Midtown »

An NFL team fights for its questionable name; Bill Simmons on Grantland; "Athleisure" is real word.

Melrose »

Miguel Torruella still has marks on his right torso from the stun gun, according to a lawsuit.

Long Island City »

A memorial will be held Oct. 10 to remember the late teenager, who disappeared from his school in 2013.

Fordham »

NYPD officers slammed The Bronx boy's head on the sidewalk and punched him, a suit claims.

Fort George »

Schools Chancellor Carmen Fariña said the city will open 41 new classes for students with autism.