Two parks in Bensonhurst and Gravesend will be getting some much needed attention to the tune of $9.9 million under the NYC Community Parks Initiative, a Mayor Bill de Blasio administration p … Full Article

New ownership for bike shares in NYC

New York City's bike-sharing program is getting new owners who will improve service and double the system's size within three years, officials announced Tuesday. … Full Article

Cuomo directs flags to half-staff on two-year anniversary of Sandy

Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo on Tuesday directed that flags on state government buildings be flown at half-staff today in honor of the 61 men and women who lost their lives to Superstorm Sandy in New York. … Full Article

Tuesday Oct. 28: Our World In Pictures

LAS VEGAS — Brazilian Performers Dance During Rock in Rio Sneak Peak: Brazilian performer Vanessa Nascimento holds Carlinhos de Jesus while dancing during the Rock in Rio USA sneak peak event at the site of the former Circus Circus RV Park on Monday in La … Full Article

Green-Wood Cemetery tour digs up fun facts

One of the liveliest places in Brooklyn is a spot where the dead are buried. … Full Article

Expedited Haitian Family Reunification Program praised by officials

Elected officials and community leaders gathered Thursday afternoon to praise a new program that will expedite the reunification of Haitian families in the United States. … Full Article

Monday Oct. 27: Our World In Pictures

SPAIN — “Senor de los Milagros” Celebrated with Dancing: A woman dances as she participates in a procession honoring The Lord of Miracles "Senor de los Milagros" in Madrid, Spain, on Sunday. … Full Article

Report: Government still ill-equipped to aid small businesses after natural disasters

The federal government not only failed to effectively and timely provide assistance in the wake of Superstorm Sandy, but also remains ill-equipped to assist distressed business owners in another natural disaster despite reforms that were passed and should have been … Full Article

Ebola jitters for some, but not all, New Yorkers

Traveling into Manhattan by subway from Brooklyn on Friday, the day after a New York doctor was diagnosed with Ebola, Dennis Johnson and his fiancee, Lian Robinson, were trying to be sensible about the odds of the disease spreading. … Full Article

MTA: Subway system safe to ride after Ebola case

New York's Metropolitan Transportation Authority says there's no indication the Ebola patient was contagious when he rode the subway. The MTA also said Friday there were "no reports of bodily fluids on any of the subway lines he rode." … Full Article

DOT extending curbs on Fourth Avenue in Bay Ridge

In an effort to give pedestrians a safer passage as they cross Fourth Avenue in Bay Ridge, the city’s Department of Transportation (DOT) is extending the curbs at some of the busiest intersections along the avenue, according to Community Board 10 officials. … Full Article


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