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City Paid $300K to Rikers Inmate Paralyzed by Untreated Infection

Jose Ferrer was paralyzed from the waist down after doctors failed to treat his fungal infection.

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Housing Groups Heckle Mayor on Steps of City Hall Over Affordable Housing

The groups called for more involvement in the city's rezoning process.

East Harlem »

Car Break-Ins On the Upswing in East Harlem, Police Say

Stolen items include $5 in quarters and a vacuum. Police are stepping up crime prevention efforts.

Union Square »

Man Reunited With Dog Lost During Home Depot Shooting

A good Samaritan went to great lengths to return Fritz to his owner after the fatal Home Depot shooting.

East Harlem »

Hero Marine Who Saved Lives In East Harlem Blast Looks For New Start

Rasheed Thomas' military service ends next month, and he's looking for a new home and career.

Mott Haven »

New Pre-K Bronx Health Program Wants the Whole Family to Eat Better

The program is based at 375 East 143rd St. in the East Side House Settlement Early Learning Center.

East Harlem »

Hundreds Plan to Sue City Over East Harlem Explosion

The city has received 205 notices of claim for the March explosion that killed eight people.

Union Square »

Dinner Kit Pop-Up Shop Stopping at Union Square Subway Station

Fresh Routes sells packages of fresh ingredients and recipes to help New Yorkers cook dinner.

East Harlem »

Boy Who Died in Fall From Bronx Building Remembered as Funny and Kind

Sidy Fofana, 9, was remembered fondly by classmates during a service at his school.

East Harlem »

East Harlem Precinct Captain Connects to the Neighborhood Using Twitter

The 25th Precinct is one of five in the city to use Twitter under a trial program.

East Harlem »

East Harlem Violence Drops as Final Gang Members Plead Guilty

Sixty-two people from three gangs all pleaded guilty in the three-year investigation.

East Harlem »

Garden Center Heavily Damaged in East Harlem Explosion Reopens

Urban Garden Center is trying to get back to normal almost a month after a blast killed eight people.

East Harlem »

Train-Chasing Dog to Be Adopted by Rescuer Unless Owner Turns Up

The owner of "Tie," a pooch that chased a Metro-North train, has until Friday to claim her.

East Harlem »

East Harlemites Gather to Help One Another After Deadly Explosion

Groups and individuals are spearheading efforts to help those affected by Wednesday's explosion.

East Harlem »

Preliminary Tests Point to Gas Leak in East Harlem Explosion, NTSB says

Tests shows an unusually high concentraion of natural gas in the soil in and around the explosion site.