Parks Advocate Calls For Greater Police Presence As Crime RisesPark crimes rose in the first six months of this year by 39 percent, from 488 in 2015 to 612 this year.
WiFi Access Coming To Dozens Of City Park LocationsA partnership between the city, Cablevision and Time Warner Cable will provide hotspot access in the parks through July 2020.
Survey Gives NYC's Big Parks B-Plus For MaintenanceThe survey of 43 parks ranging from 20 to 500 acres was conducted by the advocacy group New Yorkers for Parks.
Community Marches Through Hudson River Park After Weekend Sex AttackOn Saturday, 25-year-old Jonathan Stewart was arrested for beating and choking a 21-year-old woman before dragging her into the bushes at Hudson River Park and raping her, the NYPD said.
City Leaders Call For Greater Safety At Parks Following Recent Sexual AssaultsMembers of the city council have written a letter to Mayor Michael Bloomberg in an effort to prevent $100 million in mid-year NYPD budget cuts that could take some officers out of city parks.
Queens Residents Outraged By Pricey And Unused Eco-Friendly TramQueens residents have been left scratching their heads after a $260,000 alternative energy tram in Fort Totten Park was scrapped for a $20,000 alternative after only three years.
Guide To Owning A Dog In New York CityHaving a dog in New York City is great - but it takes some work. Not to worry, CBSNewYork has your guide to all you need for puppy care in NYC.
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