Members of Community Board 7 and traffic safety advocates are pushing for changes that will allow New York City to independently install speeding cameras as part of citywide efforts to reduce pedestrian fatalities.
Although many Teachers College Community School parents say that they are pleased with the school’s academic offerings, some continue to express frustration over reneged promises.
About 100 people strolled by two sad Riverside Park port-a-potties on Saturday as part of the second annual walkathon of the Green Outlook Project: an effort to build high-tech, solar-powered, environmentally friendly composting toilets in the park.
A long-awaited project to extend the Columbus Avenue protected bike lane is in its final stages and is receiving positive reviews from elected officials and local residents.
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority is planning an additional Metro-North line connecting Penn Station in Midtown with the Hudson branch of the Metro-North, which services Westchester County, and would include a station at West 125th Street.
After operating for over 100 years, Annunciation School and Holy Name of Jesus Catholic schools are closing.
A resolution to extend the Columbus Avenue bike lane from 59th to 110th streets was approved Tuesday—a major victory for local bike advocates after years of debate over the lane.
Ansaf Salleb-Aouissi, an associate research scientist at Columbia’s Center for Computational Learning System, said that the work is particularly timely in the wake of Hurricane Sandy.
Stalling on the part of the New York City Department of Education could cost the city’s schools system $300 million in federal funding.
A Columbia study found that the noisiest place in New York City in the morning is around 100th Street on the Upper West Side.
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Gerry Visco, the Classics academic administrator for 18 years, is easily recognizable by her bright eyeshadow, platinum tousled hair, and eccentric style. She has earned three degrees from Columbia including... Read More
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