New York City Nightlife Advisory Board Suggests Legalized Drinking In Public ParksWhile the recommendations are creating a buzz, not everyone is ready to toast the proposals.
Queens High School Secures $20 Million To Overhaul Neglected Athletic FieldAfter years of neglect, weeds now cover what was the baseball mound and bases. The rest of the field is no better, forcing the school’s teams to travel to other schools to play home games.
Police: Armed Suspects Try To Steal E-Bike From Food Delivery Worker In BrooklynThieves recently tried to steal an e-bike at gunpoint in Brooklyn, but came up empty.
Staten Island High School Principal Discharged After Spending Over A Month In The Hospital Battling COVID-19There was an emotional celebration Wednesday as students, administrators and families filled the hospital's driveway.
NYPD Officer Who Used Bag Of Potato Chips To Save A Man's Life Speaks OutOn July 7, Officer Ronald Kennedy arrived at 125th Street and Lenox Avenue, responding to a call about a man who was stabbed. 
West Village Residents Sound Off On NYC's Stance To Keep Outdoor Dining, Say Structures Bring Excessive Noise, Trash And RatsThe city's plan to make outdoor dining permanent is meeting a lot of resistance from local residents.
3 Bronx Men Busted In Major Heroin, Fentanyl Ring; Nearly 40 Pounds Of Drugs Seized, Some Labeled 'COVID-19' And 'Drop Dead'The drugs were stamped with a variety of brand names, including "COVID-19," "Drop Dead," "Straight Up," "Waze," "Thunder Cats" and many more. 
'How Many Kids Died Already?': Bronx Residents Call On City Leaders To Do More To Stop Spike In Gun ViolenceWhen Borough President-Elect Vanessa Gibson and Councilman Oswald Feliz held a Stop the Violence press conference, frustrated residents interrupted, demanding less talk and more action.
NYPD Commissioner Shea On Repeat Gun Arrests: 'What Is The Plan Here?'With gang gun violence continuing to plague the city, and no immediate solutions in sight, the mayoral candidates jumped into the fray Tuesday.
Community Advocates Say Hit-And-Run Death Of 24-Year-Old Delivery Worker In Manhattan Highlights The Perils Of The JobBorkot Ullah, 24, was working making deliveries for an app when he was struck and killed Thursday at around 11 p.m. while crossing East Houston and Attorney streets.
Campaign 2021: New Class Of City Council Candidates Poised To Better Reflect Diversity Of New York CityThe viable contenders represent a broader range of diversity in the city.