Residents, Community Board 10 and the Department of Transportation are at odds over the proposal.
A man was struck by a livery cab while crossing 125th Street at Adam Clayton Powell Boulevard.
The wife of a landlord once jailed for building violations claims her property was destroyed.
The DOT said it will begin making changes to Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Boulevard in August.
The parking garage at 121 West 125th St. is slated to also have cultural exhibition space.
The owner of Sherman's Barbecue needs investors to save the historic restaurant.
A fire in the basement of a high-rise at 230 W. 129th St. in Harlem began in the building's basement.
Three vendors were arrested last week, leaving many worried about how they will make a living.
A 28-year-old man was found with a gunshot wound to the head on Seventh Avenue and West 117th Street.
Harlem rib joint Sherman's Barbecue once served the Beatles. Now it needs $15,000 to remain open.
The new facility on West 147th Street gives the 35-year-old institute a permanent home.
The agency is considering left turn signals and concrete median extensions to slow traffic on the dangerous Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Boulevard.
NYCHA and HPD have issued a request for proposals for rehabilitating the 36 tenement buildings in the Randolph Houses.
Tirzah Brown says her new children's store "You, Me, 'N Dupri" is meant to bring "downtown uptown."
The DOT said it may add a turn signal to Adam Clayton Powell, Jr. Blvd. and 145th Street after community outcry over one of the most dangerous blocks in the city.
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