March 18, 2006, 5am PST
The New York Press reviews Ben Jervey's new book, which includes "small, simple efforts" needed for "eco-friendly living".
March 15, 2006, 12pm PST
Volunteers work from midnight to four in the morning in the bitter cold to find the maximum number of street dwellers.
March 7, 2006, 12pm PST
A suburban Rochester town halts demolitions of older homes to be replaced with large 'McMansions'.
Rochester Democrat & Chronicle
March 3, 2006, 11am PST
Cyclists now have a legal right to organize in New York, but what real privileges have the events led to?
March 3, 2006, 6am PST
Citing an increased need for housing affordability, Bloomberg establishes a task force to examine an outdated pro-development city initiative.
March 2, 2006, 8am PST
A cooperative in the Bronx is re-using waste materials and creating community-based employment at the same time.
February 26, 2006, 1pm PST
Following a new study, business and environmental groups are asking the Bloomberg administration to reduce traffic in Manhattan.
February 18, 2006, 9am PST
Brooklyn's Fulton Street Mall is a shadow of its former self. How will it attract a 'new clientele' without focusing solely on whites, and the possibility of gentrification?
February 17, 2006, 2pm PST
The unattractive finding comes as part of a study linked with a major exhibition on traffic solutions in New York.
February 17, 2006, 6am PST
The New York Times focuses on the New York metro area; the region will seek federal legislation to assist these declining suburban communities.
February 16, 2006, 10am PST
Swift snow removal is a "political necessity" in New York City. Latest technology comes to the rescue.
February 7, 2006, 12pm PST
Students demonstrate how to create community spaces with sensitivity.
February 7, 2006, 5am PST
600 feet below Manhattan is one of the biggest urban infrastructure projects in history, yet most city residents do not even know about this 50-year water project.
February 6, 2006, 9am PST
A $200-million hotel project, touted as the first major tourist lodging in the neighborhood since 1966, drifts into obscurity amid corruption charges aimed at the developer.
February 5, 2006, 5am PST
For years, Lexington and 86th, considered the crossroads of the Upper East Side, has resisted gentrification. But those days are over, as a family squabble has been settled and a major mixed-use development project will replace some 1920s tenements.
February 1, 2006, 2pm PST
In this op-ed, Bruce Katz and Robert Puentes argue that America's older, inner-ring, first suburbs -- like Nassau County -- must embrace a new vision for remaking themselves.
February 1, 2006, 10am PST
An old timer remembers a center of Yiddish theater in New York from the late 1800s to early 1900s.
January 31, 2006, 2pm PST
One man owns a piece of Fort Totten, now a major New York City metro area park; he's just not sure where it is (or who's buried there), complicating matters for the Mayor.
January 28, 2006, 11am PST
The mega-merchandiser of home furnishings is looking to cash in on Lower Manhattan's residential renaissance, with Trinity Church as facilitator.
January 25, 2006, 11am PST
After years of false starts, a plan is unveiled to expand New York's Jacob Javits Convention Center.