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Bronx Precinct Gets New Commander in Wake of Crime Stats Scandal

Deputy Inspector Carlos Valdez will take over for Lorenzo Johnson at the NYPD's 40th Precinct. 

Morrisania »

Williamsburg NYPD Commander Takes Over 42nd Precinct

Deputy Inspector Steven Ortiz will head to the Chief of Department's office.

Fort Greene »

Bookstore Pits Harper Lee Against Ta-Nehisi Coates in Sales Competition

Sales of "Go Set a Watchman" and "Between the World and Me" were neck and neck at Greenlight Bookstore.

Mott Haven »

This is What New Yorkers in Each Borough are Listening to

According to data from Spotify, the hotspot for indie music is Manhattan, not Brooklyn. 

TriBeCa »

How Not to Kill All Your Plants: Green Thumb Advice for Your Apartment

Get some plant life into your apartment with a little help from the experts.

Downtown Brooklyn »

Lawyer Reviewing Cases For DA Also Reps Boston Terror Suspect's Family

Ronald Sullivan Jr. was hired by Brooklyn DA Ken Thompson to unearth wrongful convictions.  

Bed-Stuy »

CUNY Professor Looking for a Brooklyn Spot to Park Tiny, Off-Grid Home

A Craigslist ad asks for an empty lot, driveway or backyard for a small, eco-friendly trailer.

Williamsburg »

INTERACTIVE MAP: Rise in Serious Crime Seen in Most NYPD Precincts

And it's not just murders and shootings that are increasing across most of New York City.  

New York City »

15 Subway Lines Slated for Service Changes This Weekend

The 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, A, C, D, E, F, N, Q, and R are scheduled for service changes this weekend.

Fort Greene »

Here's Why People Are So Pumped About Wegmans Coming to Brooklyn

A void is about to be filled in the lives of Wegmans fanatics living in New York.

Melrose »

The Bronx Has City's Highest Rate of Home Loan Denials, Study Finds

The borough also gets the lowest amount of loans per 1,000 businesses, the Department of Finance found.

Williamsburg »

MAP: See How Much Subway Ridership Increased at Your Station

MTA needs capital funding to keep up with demands placed on the aged system by increased ridership.

Central Harlem »

Nonprofit for Troubled Moms Hired Conman Who Preyed on Clients, Sources Say

The Northern Manhattan Perinatal Partnership fired Daniel Rodriguez after learning of his actions.

Civic Center »

NY Pols Ban Official Travel to Indiana Over Religious Freedom Law

Mayor Bill de Blasio and Gov. Andrew Cuomo banned travel for government officials.

Park Slope »

This Map of Brooklyn Toxic Spills is Enthralling and Terrifying

Brooklyn web developer Jill Hubley's map shows all of the spills that have occured since January 2014.