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May 21, 2015 Prachi Gupta

If you received a package via UPS in the past few months, you may have picked it up not at home, but at a local businesses or bodega in New York. This is part of UPS’s new “Access Points” program, being unveiled across the city (and the world) as an alternative for people whose packages […]

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July 17, 2013 Julia Dawidowicz

In Park Slope, where everywhere you turn it’s organic farm-to-table this and gluten-free latin bistro that, there comes a time when you just really need some greasy, good ol’ fashioned buffalo tater tots. But does that justify armed robbery? After making a delivery on Lincoln place last Saturday night, a 26-year old driver returned to […]

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February 1, 2013 Eugene Reznik

The Department of Transportation has an inspection team checking in with over 3,500 business in Manhattan and Brooklyn that regularly employ cyclists in anticipation of strict safety regulations set to go in effect in April. Transportation Commissioner Janette Sadik-Khan said yesterday at a press conference that 57% of business have already begun posting new safety […]

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