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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.

Woodside »

The City Council funds will be used to restore the infantryman statue and plaza area.

Rockaway Beach »

The beaches and pools will close Sept. 10, a week after Labor Day, officials said. 

Rego Park »

The city is trying to assess different options for the site. 

New Brighton »

Mayor Bill de Blasio added $11 million in the budget to buy the last piece of land to turn into a park.

Upper East Side »

Find the best spots to see whales, bald eagles, owls, opossums, foxes, salamanders and piping plovers.

Bed-Stuy »

The Parks Department will have a finalized design for the playground by fall, a spokeswoman said.

Yorkville »

The Parks Department is proposing two metal ramps to provide more access to the Esplanade.

Williamsburg »

The Brooklyn Flea is now looking for a new home for their Saturday market.

Greenpoint »

Locals had been in talks to turn the site into a learning center and garden.

Williamsburg »

A $1 million-dollar shortage, expected to come from BP Eric Adams office, nearly ruined the deal.

Belmont »

The Parks Department released 400 fish into the river to boost the existing population.

Yorkville »

The park has historically allowed dogs into its main area, but some parents are complaining.