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Willowbrook »

The Trust for Public Land completed the first phase of preserving the 115-acre camp.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Officials said the heating oil spill cleanup will go on for an undetermined amount of time.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Trucks and fumes have been a problem since heating oil spilled in a basement on the block.

Pelham Bay »

The attacks have already killed several Pelham Bay Park geese and more still fly with darts in them.

Manhattan »

Actors in the Tribeca Film Festival's "First Winter" shot two live deer without a license.

Manhattan »

The agreement seeks to reduce the amount of sewer overflow, and storm water, entering the city's waterways.

Harlem »

An employee at 1995 First Avenue Station Inc. was one of four people charged with faking over 7,000 vehicle inspections.

Washington Heights & Inwood »

A necropsy showed the female great-horned owl found in Inwood Hill Park last month had died from a herpes infection.

Manhattan »

New Yorkers told to avoid strenuous outdoor activity during week's heat wave.

Upper West Side & Morningside Heights »

Final results aren't in, but early tests suggest that Riverside Park's male hawk died from eating a poisoned rat.

Murray Hill, Gramercy & Midtown East »

Without an eye witness or a confession, investigators are still pondering the dead finches of Gramercy Park.

Murray Hill, Gramercy & Midtown East »

The state Dept. of Environmental Conservation is investigating Gramercy Park's dead birds as is the ASPCA.

Murray Hill, Gramercy & Midtown East »

Zebra finches like the ones club president Aldon James admitted buying were found dead in Gramercy Park.

Downtown »

The state's proposal would restrict new development, a city official said.