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Kew Gardens »

The hole was created after a tree was knocked down by a truck four months ago.

Upper West Side »

The tree wasn't tree wasn't properly maintained by parks officials, the lawsuit claims.

Kensington »

The family that has run the stable since the 1930s is considering another offer, a Parks official said.

Astoria »

The vandalism follows a debate over whether the city should remove statues of controversial figures.

Kew Gardens »

The "see no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil’ sign appeared recently at Newcombe Square.

Bed-Stuy »

The basketball court at Clinton Hill's Crispus Attucks Playground will be named for the late rapper.

Huguenot »

A $3.9 million renovation will transform Prescott Playground.

Flushing »

A toxic algae bloom has fouled the waters at Bowne Park Pond, the Parks Department said. 

Yorkville »

The city will place equipment on the hill during 10 months of repairs to the East River Esplanade.

Astoria »

The space opened a few weeks ago under the Triborough Bridge near Astoria Park.

Rockaway Beach »

The message, paid for by a local business owner, aims to encourage people to clean up the beaches.

Astoria »

All 53 of the city's free outdoor pools will feature free sunscreen dispensers this year.

Fort Greene »

Residents urged CB2 to wait to weigh in on the park's Myrtle Avenue revamp.

Bed-Stuy »

"The Conversation Sculpture," by artist Musa Hixson, will be unveiled in Herbert Von King Park June 29.

Stapleton »

The city opened the renovated Dugan Playground and Terrace Playground on Friday.