Rasheed Thomas' military service ends next month, and he's looking for a new home and career.
The program is based at 375 East 143rd St. in the East Side House Settlement Early Learning Center.
The city has received 205 notices of claim for the March explosion that killed eight people.
Fresh Routes sells packages of fresh ingredients and recipes to help New Yorkers cook dinner.
Sidy Fofana, 9, was remembered fondly by classmates during a service at his school.
The 25th Precinct is one of five in the city to use Twitter under a trial program.
Sixty-two people from three gangs all pleaded guilty in the three-year investigation.
Urban Garden Center is trying to get back to normal almost a month after a blast killed eight people.
The owner of "Tie," a pooch that chased a Metro-North train, has until Friday to claim her.
Groups and individuals are spearheading efforts to help those affected by Wednesday's explosion.
Tests shows an unusually high concentraion of natural gas in the soil in and around the explosion site.
The explosion and building collapse is one of several in Harlem in the last few years.
Charles Rangel ignored the needs of East Harlem in favor of Central Harlem, Espaillat supporters said.
Property owners say the city is trying to squeeze them out of their land.
Melissa Mark-Viverito says she's up to the task of handling both her district and the Speaker's role.
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