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NEW YORK, NY — Filth flies, roaches, mice and unwashed hands — restaurants across the city have dirty secrets they'd rather you didn't know about. Fortunately for the diner's well-being, New York City's Health Department is watching. Every year, inspectors go unannounced into more than 24,000 ...

The chief of New York City's public schools, a position he assumed only just last month, is facing some backlash over a story he shared on Twitter early Friday. The tweet from Chancellor Richard Carranza's account was to a piece about Upper West Side parents opposing a new plan to ...
NEW YORK, NY — Nonprofit organization March of Dimes will hold its 2018 March for Babies in New York City on Sunday, April 29. The organization's goal is to raise $1.5 million for medical care and research for babies and mothers. March of Dimes has already raised more than $1.1 million, according to ...
And, if you're willing to leave the island of Manhattan, the Sakura Matsuri Cherry Blossom Fest at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden returns this weekend. You can get all the details here.
NEW YORK CITY — Do you want to buy a home in Manhattan, or are you curious about how much homes were recently sold for? Maybe you just like seeing what's on the market. Whatever the reason, you can find something in our Manhattan Real Estate Guide thanks to our partners at
Althea Lamel, manager of the new Book Culture branch in Long Island City, which opened in December, said they're excited to celebrate their first Independent Bookstore Day outside of Manhattan on April 28. “We'll have story time in the morning, refreshments in the early afternoon, and we'll be giving ...
Central Harlem Condo • $985,000 • MANHATTAN • 220 West 148th Street, No. 1C. A one-bedroom, one-bath unit in a converted Beaux-Arts school with 12-foot ceilings, an open kitchen with quartzite counters, a washer and dryer, and a terrace, in a building with a part-time doorman. Adrian Noriega, CORE ...
Sandy did $19 billion in damage to NYC, and the rate of development along the city's coastlines has only increased. .... According to the New York City Panel on Climate Change, sea levels will increase between 8 to 30 inches by the 2050s and up to 15 to 75 inches by the end of the century in NYC.


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