Backlash to the International Cricket Council’s plan to put up a “temporary” 34,000 seat stadium in Van Cortlandt Park began as soon as THE CITY first reported on it.
Half of the borough’s boards are in violation of a state law requiring them to document their meetings and make those records publicly available.
Hunts Point icon Majora Carter says Community Board 2 has thwarted the long-pending liquor license application for her new venue.
One tenant of a Wakefield building lost his electric wheelchair to water damage. He used rent money to save for a new chair, and is now being sued by his landlord.
Community organizations sent a letter to city and state officials opposing a City Hall-backed plan to build a venue for an international cricket tournament.
A green vision decades in the making received design approval, but land pivotal to construction is needed from the MTA.
The Department of Health and Mental Hygiene intends to use Target, Amazon and Walgreens gift cards to boost community engagement.
The administration is hoping to get a 34,000-seat stadium hosting World Cup matches in Van Cortlandt Park next June, but parkgoers aren’t sold and time is running short.
Mollusks have started returning to where they were first cultivated, and locals are trying to accelerate that with artificial reefs using shells collected from restaurants.
The “temporary” facility would need to be completed before next June to host matches in the T20 Cricket World Cup, according to local officials briefed by the administration and a document obtained by THE CITY.