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Corona »

The water main broke overnight, officials said. 

Bed-Stuy »

Sean Richardson-Daniel threatened a stop work order unless he was paid $15,000, officials said. 

Greenwich Village »

From promised parks to massive developments, expect to see some neighborhood change in 2017.

Chelsea »

Water poured onto Ninth Avenue at West 29th Street and nearby streets, officials said.

Hudson Square »

The sites are currently controlled by the Department of Environmental Protection.

Elmhurst »

The city found improper asbestos removal at a 1700s farmhouse that caught fire twice last year.

Ditmars »

The DEP installed covers and filters on the sludge tanks at the Bowery Bay Wastewater Treatment Plant.

Sunnyside »

The gardens are designed to absorb rain water to prevent sewer overflow.

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.