The city needs more time to resolve the lawsuit by opponents of the shelter, a judge said.
1,281 of 1,544 school buildings had water samples with elevated lead levels, figures show.
Celebrate Dutch traditions, tour the Forest Park greenhouse or go birding this weekend in Queens.
Other winning projects include solar panels for the Steinway Library and a STEM lab for a local school.
Officials will come to P.S. 289 on Wednesday to discuss recent water testing at the school.
The bill would have created a community-driven vetting process around future nursing home closures.
“The importance of this teen health conference is for it to be from a teen to a teen," organizers said.
Gothamist's Scott Heins juxtaposed pictures of streets before and during a day without cars.
Bergen Street residents were angered by the proposed 5-year contract with CORE Services.
Ryan Williams was born with Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia, or CDH.
Project Life Center will open this weekend on 61st Street and 38th Avenue in Woodside.
Several bills would make it illegal for pharmacies to sell tobacco products and packs would cost $13.
Neighborhood groups say they are absorbing more than their fair share of the city's homeless facilities.
Four families aren't cooperating with the Health Department's investigation, according to a spokesman.
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