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Central Harlem »

The block's residents planted flowers and cleaned up trash during a community event on Saturday.

St. George »

The state's Public Authorities Control Board approved the grant of taxpayer money.

St. George »

The project, which started in the Lower East Side, will come to Downtown Staten Island and East Harlem.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The Hell's Kitchen Farm Project was the winner of this year's Green Festival Community Award.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The Hell's Kitchen Farm Project is one of five finalists that could win a $5,000 Green Festival grant.

Williamsburg »

A $12,000 grant will allow neighborhood residents to scan items into the BK Library's digital archive.

Brooklyn Heights »

The space will be curated by the Brooklyn Historical Society.

Greenpoint »

An urban farm, a green roof and a shoreline restoration are just a few projects that will be funded.

Red Hook »

The Lehigh Valley Barge No. 79 was awarded $269,274, officials announced Tuesday.

Crown Heights »

Local residents and groups are encouraged to apply for the Crown Heights Grant Program through Sept. 23.

Long Island City »

The study will be the first-ever comprehensive plan for the area, according the LIC Partnership.

Sunset Park »

The massive office complex is teaming up with the city DOT in hopes of making long-awaited improvements.

South Street Seaport »

More than 300 shop owners still haven't received federal money that was meant to help them recover.

Mott Haven »

The New York Community Trust is donating $80,000 to provide historical tours of the South Bronx.

Midland Beach »

The grant will help immigrants and low-income Sandy victims.