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The next two city sites under development are located in Staten Island along the Arthur Kill and are part of a larger plan to develop an offshore wind supply chain network in New York City.
Most of these historic fruits were once plentiful on the city’s grassy knolls and hills. But they’ve since been mostly lost to climate change and mass agriculture.
All I want for Christmas is to see the big tree use all the electricity.
Our second pandemic holiday season is now officially underway.
This 79-foot-tall suburban tree will be arriving in the Big City for its first (and last) time on November 13th.
The tree was last inspected in 2017 and, before that, in 2015.
This is no way to get some sheep thrills.
Majestic!
The mother of three is unable to breastfeed her two-month-old child, a lawyer said.
The FDNY says some of the injured were children, but it's not clear how many.
A witness thought the driver was going 60-70 mph.
The police are seeking a "person of interest."
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