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Inwood »

The project will eventually bring a pair of water fountains to the Inwood park.

Fort Greene »

The center houses a small museum of the park's history and education and community gathering rooms.

Inwood »

Residents said large weekend parties regularly cover the park in garabge while trash cans appear empty.

Crown Heights »

The Parks Department has a plan to remove 29 trees from the parkway.

Corona »

The borough's largest park is often enjoyed late-night because of road accessibility, police said. 

Bayside »

Cars from around Queens parked at Little Bay Park's new lot, which has 99 parking spaces.

South Beach »

The beaches will be open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. until the Labor Day weekend.

Central Harlem »

The southern portion of Morningside Park has been closed to the public for the last six days.

Claremont »

The Cary Leeds Center for Tennis and Learning will host local, national and international tournaments.

Woodhaven »

A free program run by the Parks Department offers a chance to walk around the green space with a group. 

Concourse »

School officials are calling for basketball hoops and better cleanup efforts at the park.

Far Rockaway »

The dolphin was found near Beach 38th Street Wednesday morning. 

Queens Village »

A coyote that evaded capture after it was spotted in Queens Monday was finally caught Tuesday night.

Woodhaven »

The Forest Park Greenhouse is allowing visitors a rare glimpse inside this Saturday.

Upper West Side »

The Parks Department-run stand is located just yards from another newsstand at the subway station.