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The project is part of a pair of renewable energy investments expected to supply a third of the city’s annual electricity usage.
A view of The High Bridge, as it looked in 1844.
One eyewitness said the men were doing "tricks" before the collision.
He never made it to his literature class last week.
"When administrations promise park land, often these promises are broken," one advocate said.
NYPD Harbor Units responded to two calls of bodies floating in waterways yesterday.
The discovery comes as city leaders are changing their tune on criminal justice reform.
"I fly first class, who cares? I'm not like you. All the things you do, I do a better version of all those things...It's only for another year at most."
A Speedo-clad man attempts to break the world record by swimming around Manhattan twice in less than 20 hours.
Good news from the DEP! Our short Metropolitan nightmare of feces-filled rivers may be coming to a close: The DEP is starting to turn the engines back on at the North River wastewater treatment plant.
Don't even think about cooling off in the Hudson River, the East River south of the Triborough or the Harlem river this weekend—City officials have declared them unfit for recreational activity due to raw sewage.
The new Willis Avenue Bridge finished its 110-mile journey today, and will
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