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Battery Park City »

The National Parks Service got the initial call and referred it to the NYPD, officials said.

Financial District »

The banner was hung on the observation deck of the statue Tuesday afternoon. 

Fort Greene »

The 149-foot column serves as a memorial and crypt for 11,500 Revolutionary War soldiers.

West Village »

Stonewall is the first national monument honoring LGBT Americans.

West Village »

The gay rights movement may have started at Stonewall, but it isn't over, advocates said.

Fort Wadsworth »

The NPS released an RFP on Friday for Building 109 inside Fort Wadsworth.

West Village »

A forum is being held on June 23 to discuss adding the bar to the country's national parks system.

Roxbury »

The Sandy-damaged beach will eventually undergo renovations to boost its resiliency.

Bay Terrace (Staten Island) »

The Parks Service has announced they will extend the lease for the dock.

Bay Terrace (Staten Island) »

Residents are trying to stop the National Parks Service from shutting down the Great Kills Marina.

New York City »

Both the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island will remain closed through 2012 due to damage from Sandy. 

Howard Beach »

More than 10,000 acres of city and federal park land near Jamaica Bay will be jointly managed.

Manhattan »

A new emergency staircase for improved safety will be built at the Statue of Liberty beginning in October 2011.