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Morningside Heights »

Protesters Soften Tone and Hold Candlelight Vigil After NYPD Deaths

A group that had planned to protest police brutality instead mourned the two officers who were shot.

Central Harlem »

Harlem Restaurant Favorite Native is the New La Bodega 47 Social Club

Native, one of the pioneer Lenox Avenue restaurants of Harlem's latest renaissance, rebrands itself.

Central Harlem »

Artimus Construction to Build Housing on 110th Street near Central Park

The mixed-use development will feature retail and a community group on the ground floor.

Hamilton Heights »

Harlem Residents Hold Sit-In to Protest Farmers Market Takeover of Plaza

Residents of Dunbar Apartments oppose plans for a market at 150th Street and Macombs Place.

Central Harlem »

Harlem Shared Working Space Set to Open

Business incubator Harlem Garage provide a place for entrepreneurs to network and grow their businesses.

Central Harlem »

Harlem Entrepreneur to Open Fourth Business on Frederick Douglass Boulevard

Leon Ellis, who owns three businesses along the boulevard, remembers when the strip wasn't as popular.

Central Harlem »

High-End Sports Lounge Coming to Frederick Douglass Boulevard This Weekend

Harlem's newest restaurant, 2647, will offer southern food and 12 high-definition TVs.

Central Harlem »

No Shake Shack, But Restaurants Looking to 135th Street, Experts Say

A nine-building portfolio entered the market near West 135th Street and Frederick Douglass Boulevard.

Central Harlem »

Tribeca Pediatrics Opens on Frederick Douglass Boulevard

Tribeca Pediatrics is opening at West 114th Street, replacing a 99 cents store.

Central Harlem »

Man and Woman Struck by Vehicle in Harlem

A man and a woman were hit at Frederick Douglass Boulevard and West 129th Street, officials said.

Central Harlem »

Desperate Drivers Clash After Fuel Delivery at Harlem Gas Station

The Shell gas station on 145th Street turned into a mob scene when word spread they had fuel.

Central Harlem »

Wife of Convicted 'Slumlord' Says Abyssinian Church Destroyed Her Building

The wife of a landlord once jailed for building violations claims her property was destroyed.

Harlem »

NYPD Seeks Suspect in Car Torching Spree in Harlem

More than a dozen cars in Harlem were set afire early Tuesday.

Central Harlem »

Alleged Cop Attack on Harlem Dirt Bike Rider Under Investigation

Benjamin Charles, 31, a dirt bike rider, says police beat him on Aug. 21 in Harlem.

Central Harlem »

Eight People Shot on National Night Out Against Crime

Four teenagers, ages 14, 17, 18, and 19 were among the victims in four shootings, police said.

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