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'Built By Women' Exhibit Showcases Female Architects, Engineers in NYC

A show at the Center for Architecture about female architects aims to be the first of many nationwide.

Legendary 'Battlegrounds' Basketball Courts Are Being Renovated, City Says

The park where greats such as Kareem Abdul-Jabbar got their start is set to get a makeover by the city.

No Shootings This Year In Three Harlem Precincts

There have been zero shootings in the 25th, 26th, and 28th precincts so far in 2015.

City Lifts Cellphone Ban for 1.1M Public School Students

The city lifted a longstanding ban Monday, allowing students to bring cellphones to school.

Landlord Owes Tenant $112,000 After Overcharging Him for Years

Ramon Hernandez paid as much as $1,600 a month even though the legal rent on his apartment was $233.

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