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Living in New York City public housing is no picnic — except for the rats and roaches that feast on garbage that piles up outside of buildings faster than maintenance crews can clear it. more
Whenever Maria Lugo had a craving, she knew she could turn to the Golden Arches. more
Homes in disrepair. Electricity still not fully restored. More than 100,000 people leaving the island. Although the aftermath of Hurricane Maria no longer dominates daily media coverage, the crisis — at least for those in Puerto Rico — still continues. more
Irate drivers sitting in traffic. Extended waits to make a left-turn. Near-car accidents. They won’t end anytime soon. more
Across several rooms in the conservatory at the New York Botanical Garden, model trains wind their way through and around some of New York’s most iconic buildings.    In the … more
It’s judgment time for four sixth-graders, eager to find out if nearly three hours of work paid off. more
Angelina Mejia has spent the past few weeks making new friends, and it’s not just with fellow sixth-graders. Instead, these are friends old enough to be grandparents. more
On a chilly, gray morning last week, some 150 people — many of them from the New York Police Department — streamed into a chapel on the campus of the College of Mount Saint Vincent. They were there to remember a fallen officer, Neil Forster — 20 years after his death. more
The path is clearing for a greenway along the Hudson River — but it isn’t going to be cheap. more
To many, Con Edison workers appear to rip up streets with no ostensible plan. more
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