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The park's joggers want the city to fix broken street lamps to make running safer at night.

Long Island City »

Queens Tourism Council is creating a "cheering station" to boost the morale of runners as they pass.

Midtown »

Some streets, buses and subways will be affected by the New York City Marathon on Sunday, Nov. 1.

Fort Greene »

Fort Greene Park's new director said more "glass patrols" are on the way.

Upper West Side »

The Dashing Whippets donate to charities and dress up in crazy costumes to support runners.  

Central Harlem »

Lucille Singleton, 89, has run three marathons and shows no sign of slowing down.

New York City »

The bombings killed three people, including an 8-year-old, and reportedly injured more than 170 people.

New York City »

Mayor Michael Bloomberg and the New York Road Runners have called off the New York Marathon.

New York City »

Some residents fear the city is diverting resources from responding to the hurricane.

New York City »

Runners choose Brooklyn and Manhattan's best outdoor drinking fountains.

Downtown »

Residents are concerned about the noise and inconveniences the NYC Half-Marathon will bring.

Harlem »

The 26-year-old runner collapsed in Central Harlem, near the end of the race.

Manhattan »

Several streets will be closed Sunday for the ING New York City Marathon.

Manhattan »

Two million people in the five boroughs are expected to watch the New York City Marathon on Sunday.