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Upper West Side »

Concerning levels of lead were found at P.S. 9 and P.S. 87 amid a flurry of testing citywide.

Greenpoint »

Leading up to Valentine's Day, the DEP is offering tours of the Newtown Creek plant on Feb. 11.

Williamsburg »

Residents started noticing the discolored water at around 1 p.m. Tuesday afternoon, they said.

Brownsville »

The boy suffered third-degree burns that will leave scars, prosecutors said.

Greenpoint »

The Newtown Creek Alliance is collecting water samples from all along the creek this spring and summer. 

Bushwick »

NYC H2O is hosting guided tours of the Ridgewood Reservoir in Highland Park. 

Coney Island »

The officers pulled the non-verbal boy from the Coney Island waters Saturday afternoon.

Greenpoint »

Instead of demolishing an old waste treatment facility, the city lets TV and movie crews film there.

Washington Heights »

Residents reported the discolored water coming from the sinks and toilets.

Chelsea »

The Water Tank Project plans to cover 100 tanks with art to raise awareness about clean drinking water.

Greenpoint »

The dock ramp at the Greenpoint hub collapsed Thursday morning during the snowstorm, witnesses said.

Upper West Side »

We scoured the city's parks to find the best places for kids to cool off under a sprinkler in the heat.

Chelsea »

Public sprinklers are a great way to beat the heat and escape the busy neighborhood.

Flatiron »

Parks in Gramercy, Flatiron, Kips Bay and Union Square have started their sprinklers for the season.