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New Video Stokes Battle on Harlem's Morningside Avenue Safety Improvements

DOT has not embarked on safety improvements to the street due in part to objections from CB 10.

Central Harlem »

'Sleek,' 'Gorgeous' and 'Sexy' Lights Coming to 125th Street

The city plans to replace all 250,000 of its 1960s street lamps with City Lights by 2017.

Central Harlem »

Controversial Select Bus Service Coming to 125th Street, DOT Says

The M60 SBS will have six stops on 125th Street, dedicated bus lane from Lenox Avenue to Second Avenue.

Central Harlem »

Plan for Select Bus Service Along 125th Street Canceled by MTA and DOT

The agencies said they were not able to resolve conflicts with the local community over the plan.

Central Harlem »

Loss of Lenox Lounge Puts Spotlight on Historic Preservation in Harlem

The historic neighborhood does not have its share of historic designations, advocates say.

Central Harlem »

Shuttered Lenox Lounge to Reopen Near Original Spot This Summer, Owner Says

The famous lounge hosted Billie Holiday, Miles Davis and James Baldwin.

Harlem »

Harlem Residents Fight Plan to Narrow Lanes on Deadly Boulevard

The DOT said it will begin making changes to Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Boulevard in August.

Central Harlem »

Community Board Loses Fight to Keep Group Home Out of Luxe Harlem Condo

Savoy West at 555 Lenox Ave. will house four developmentally disabled young men.

Central Harlem »

Naming Street for Cop Killed at Mosque Could 'Open Old Wounds,' Locals Say

A Harlem community board will ask mosque imams about naming a street for slain Officer Phillip Cardillo.

Central Harlem »

Deadly Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Boulevard to Get a Makeover, DOT Says

Ten people have been killed along the Harlem Boulevard over the past six years.

Harlem »

Plan to House Disabled Men in Luxe Condos Rejected Again

Community Board 10 said they wanted reconsider their objection to the plan by Community Options.

Harlem »

Community Board Reconsiders Objection to Placing Group Home in Luxe Condos

CB 10 will reexamine its 2008 moratorium against "special interest" housing in Harlem.

Harlem »

Closing Time May Come Two Hours Earlier at Harlem Bars

Community Board 10 is weighing whether to require Harlem bars close at 2 a.m. instead of 4 a.m.

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