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Greenwich Village »

Students were told to use bathrooms in nearby buildings, a report said.

Ditmars »

Sen. Michael Gianaris is asking the DEP to review properties near the city's rivers for sewage issues.

Washington Heights »

Discolored water is again pouring from faucets in Washington Heights.

Washington Heights »

Residents reported the discolored water coming from the sinks and toilets.

Little Italy »

Officials will present their plan to build on the Elizabeth Street Garden at a meeting on Wednesday.

West Village »

Residents believed they would get 3 public parks after the city finished decades-long capital projects.

Midtown »

The leak prompted officials to close part of Lexington Avenue during the morning rush.

Gowanus »

The EPA says it's moving "at warp speed" on the canal cleanup but the city could delay the project.

Upper East Side »

The flood was caused by a faulty valve on the fire hydrant, officials said.

East Elmhurst »

Nearly 17 acres of stinky sludge beneath Flushing Bay will be dredged to remove odor.

Upper West Side »

Buildings burning the dirtiest heating oil, No. 6, are now doing so illegally, the city says.

Greenwich Village »

Pictures and videos posted to Twitter show a street corner near NYU submerged.

East Flatbush »

A DEP trainee and two friends were arrested after they searched a sewer for valuables, police said.

SoHo »

Work will finally begin on Father Fagan Park, nearly four years after the City Council allocated funds.