New Fulton Center Subway Station

Downtown subway station opens after a $1.4 billion dollar renovation and 12 years of anticipation.

Crown Heights Welcomes Brooklyn Flea

The Brooklyn Flea, a marketplace where more than 100 vendors showcase their wares, was held in the Crown Heights neighborhood for the first time instead of Fort Greene or Williamsburg.

Department of Education Holds Parent Conference

Parents and high school students participated in workshops on college applications, parent involvement, anti-bullying and more.

A Light Bulb Moment at South Street Seaport

Consumers exchanged old light bulbs for Cree LED 60 Watt 4 flow light bulbs on the South Street Seaport at the Great American Bulb Swap.

Children Color the Walls for a Good Cause

PubliColor gathered volunteers to paint the walls and halls at a Chelsea high school in order to impact the learning environment.

Pedestrians React to Newly Reduced Speed Limit City-Wide

Mayor’s push to lower speed limit from 30 mph to 25 mph is a major feature of the Vision Zero plan.

Snorts of Laughter with Peppa Pig

A Soho event celebrated the release of the British cartoon character’s holiday-themed DVD.

Checkmate! Students and Officers Compete in a Chess Tournament

The "Chess in the Schools" program has taught critical thinking skills to NYC's public school students through the game since 1986. This is the first year the program partnered with the NYPD.

Public school students went head to head in games of chess against cops a program’s first-ever tournament with the NYPD.

Subway Track Construction Disrupts Riders

Straphangers react to weekend construction and delays on numerous subway lines.

NYPD Criticized Over Minority Officer Departures

Black and Latino officers held rally to bring attention to the lack of diversity in the NYPD’s executive positions.

Jacob K. Javits: 2014 Marathon Preparation For Cold Conditions

Runners went to the Jacob Javitz Center to pick up their registration, buy warm wares, foods and ache relief.