The first anniversary of President Obama's court-challenged executive action aimed at sparing millions of immigrants from deportation prompted events around the city.
German university officials in Manhattan came to recruit students, offering a lure of free tuition and a valuable experience abroad.
City officials hoped that Mayor De Blasio’s landmark Universal Pre-K (UPK) …
Bronx students are leading the charge for more school sports programs after their dean was ousted following his demands for more athletic offerings.
The operator of a charter school set to open a branch in Harlem faced critics in Connecticut.
CUNY and the New York State Athletic Commission are teaming to help boxers further their education.
Children at a Harlem school got free backpacks – and a valuable pep talk.
Residents of one swath of Brooklyn would like to see their tax dollars go toward street repairs, traffic cameras, and bus and crosswalk countdown clocks, among other improvements.