A non-profit organization, Chess-in-the-Schools helps students in economically disadvantaged neighborhoods cope better with academics and social life.
Strut Your Mutt, the annual national charity event hosted by Best Friend Animal Society, took place at Pier 84 on Saturday, September 28.
The owners of the Bryant Park sukka, the Chabad of Midtown congregation, have to jump through hoops yearly to attain the permits. The Bryant Park sukka serves thousands of people during the Jewish festival of Sukkot.
Excitement for a new affordable housing building turns sour as community members learn unsettling details close to city approval deadline.
Three years after St. Vincent’s Hospital closed, seniors are at the mercy of cross-town traffic and overextended facilities. A survey shows the aging West side community has health concerns and little access to emergency health care.
Fourteen local teens participated in a fashion show on the High Line, marking the end of a two-month long apprenticeship program.
Local residents prevailed against the owner of a Cuban bar and restaurant who wanted to open a new location on the ground floor of a West 26th Street condominium, between 6th and 7th avenues.