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Flatbush »

A free boxing gym in Flatbush is giving kids a fighting chance despite a decline in free gyms citywide.

Inwood »

There are 15 Play Streets this summer, compared to the 40 locations in recent years.

Bed-Stuy »

The new program in partnership with the Brooklyn DA's office kicked off in Bed-Stuy and East New York.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The plan depends on the relocation of existing tenants from building to others within the project.

Civic Center »

The Police Athletic League announced the city Playstreets locations today.

Castleton Corners »

PAL will host their Summer Day Camp Carnival on Friday in Clove Lakes Park.

Washington Heights »

Ydanis Rodriguez dedicated about 40 percent of his discretionary funds to programs for youth.

Midtown »

Mayor Bill de Blasio addressed the Police Athletic League on Monday.

Washington Heights »

Saturday Night Lights is a free volleyball class for kids, paid for by the Manhattan DA's office.

New York City »

There are hundreds of free and low-cost after-school programs to choose from in the city.

Jackson Heights »

PAL will be at the 78th Street Play Street to organize sports and fun activities for kids aged 3-19.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The Duncan Police Athletic League will have to eliminate after-school programs if city cuts go through.

Downtown »

The mayor's executive budget for the coming year includes the elimination of more than 6,000 teachers.

Washington Heights & Inwood »

The cash-strapped Armory Police Athletic League is looking for ideas to raise funds for its after school and summer programs.

Manhattan »

AT&T announced it will do more outreach in Upper Manhattan on the eve of Verizon offering the iPhone.