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DNAinfo New York sat down with the Martin Dilan and Debbie Medina to talk about their platforms.
A fire broke out in a three-story building at 846 Hancock St. Thursday morning, the FDNY said.
Three local foodies share their go-to summer recipes.
The anti-violence group S.O.S. Crown Heights wants to hire outreach workers and "violence interrupters."
Senecca McCullough, 35, was shot and killed inside 456 Quincy St., police said.
Check where your neighborhood stacks up on the list of pooper-scooper offenders.
From kindergarten cute to college cool, these book bags will have students looking and thinking sharp.
Niche market entrepreneurs have taken their brands from kitchen-sink hobbies to full-time careers.
J Wasser & Co wants new tenants to feel welcome by gifting a bright, multicolored fixed-gear bike.
These townhouses are on the market now with prices starting at under $1 million.
Scores on standardized tests for third- through eighth-graders rose after last year's dismal results.
Borough President Eric Adams honored firefighters and paramedics who saved the lives of three boys.
The 36th annual Bed-Stuy brownstone walking tour features classic architecture and tips for homeowners.
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