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Chinatown »

Fung Wah Bus Company's Return to City Streets Shot Down by Feds

The Chinatown bus operator wants a new license after it was shut down for safety violations in 2013.

Morrisania »

Bronx Youth Band Looks to Strengthen Borough Pride Through Positive Music

The group writes songs about social issues like asthma and gun violence.

Bed-Stuy »

Bed-Stuy Director Tapped to Tour Italy as Part of Film Festival

Dominga Martin will spend 75 days traveling 10 Italian regions for the CinemadeMare film festival.

Midtown »

Amtrak Acela Service Between Boston and New York Canceled Through Weekend

The Northeast Corridor has had delays since Wednesday after an electrical problem.

Midtown »

Haymakers for Hope Brings Amateur Boxers to Ring to Fight Cancer

Registration is open for a charity boxing event that raises money for cancer research.

Bed-Stuy »

Former 'Hip-Hop Minister' Continues Evolution With City Council Run

Conrad Tillard was a member of Harlem's Mosque No. 7, a Christian preacher and now a council candidate.

New York City »

'Public Safety Exception' Used in Boston Bomb Case Traces Back to Queens

The decision to delay reading Dzhokhar Tsarnaev his Miranda rights dates back to a 1980 case in Queens.

New York City »

Transit Resumes Between Boston and NYC After Shutdown for Bomber Manhunt

Bus and rail travel between Boston and New York returned following the discovery of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.

New York City »

8-Year-Old, Woman From Bloomberg's Hometown Among Dead in Marathon Attacks

The bombings killed three people, including an 8-year-old, and reportedly injured more than 170 people.

New York City »

New York Runner: 'You Could Feel the Shockwave Going Through Your Body'

Michael and Victoria Arnstein were close to the finish line when the bombs went off Monday.

East Harlem »

Plan to Launch Private Boston-to-New York Bus Line Raises Ire in Harlem

Joel Azumah says buses will leave four times daily from Harlem to Boston.

Chinatown »

Fung Wah Bus Fleet Pulled Off Road Over Safety Concerns

A stafety inspection found cracks in the frames of some of the low-cost carrier's fleet.

Midtown »

'Eat Like A Man' Cook-Off Brings Masculine Meals to Midtown

The first-ever manly cooking contest will pit chefs from Boston and New York against each other.

New York City »

Yankees Rout Rival Red Sox Heading Into All-Star Break

The Yankees took three out of four games from the Red Sox at Fenway Park over the weekend.

Manhattan »

Yankees President Helps Fund Mass. Senator's Pro-Red Sox Ads

Yankees President Randy Levine pitched in cash to Mass. Sen. Scott Brown's campaign.

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