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Prospect Heights »

Sidewalks in Prospect Heights were the snowiest after last month's storm, a RentHop study argues

Fordham »

A salt spreader got stuck on Tiebout Road in Fordham, officials said.

Jamaica »

Michael Morelli, 31, was actually beaten after soliciting a prostitute while on duty, police found.

Civic Center »

If your neighbor didn't clean his sidewalk by 11 a.m. Monday, he can be fined up to $350.

Woodside »

The mayor said hundreds of pieces of equipment were on their way to Queens on Sunday.

Prospect Park South »

You could binge-watch Netflix. Or you could be a productive member of society.   

Castleton Corners »

The boxes, made at Staten Island's Pratt Industries, promote recycling in the borough.

Bed-Stuy »

Learn how to avoid violations, access capital and navigate government regulations on Jan. 11.

New York City »

The alert helps the city mobilize salt spreaders and staffers in case snow heads our way.

Yorkville »

The group will meet monthly to discuss issues with construction of the 91st St. marine transfer station.

Flatbush »

Workers will help the sanitation department clear bus stops, hydrants and crosswalks after big storms.

Prospect-Lefferts Gardens »

A group of Prospect-Lefferts Gardens residents will clean the avenue on Saturday, they said.

Upper West Side »

The city plans to turn 100 public schools into "zero waste" buildings over the next five years.

Central Harlem »

Residents say Bradhurst Ave. has become a "no ticket" zone where vehicles block hydrants and crosswalks.

Cobble Hill »

The city's Department of Sanitation will begin collection the week of Oct. 5.