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Central Harlem »

Citi Bikes and Docking Stations Left Broken and Dirty, Audit Says

Comptroller Scott Stringer says the issues must be repaired before the program expands next year.

Upper West Side »

Residents Protest Cuts to M104 Bus Line

The bus line was "decimated" by service cuts in 2010 and 2011 and should be restored, locals said.

Greenwich Village »

Escape City Chaos by Dining in These Backyard Gardens

Restaurants across the city have turned their outdoor seating areas into green getaways.

Mott Haven »

Bronx Garifuna Coalition Gets $20K in City Funds to Strengthen the Culture

The Garifuna Coalition was founded to help the community culturally, politically and economically.

Sugar Hill »

Mayor de Blasio Won't Endorse Candidate in Rangel Primary Battle

De Blasio is staying out of the fierce race between Rangel and Espaillat but will support the winner.

Upper West Side »

Kids Exhibit on Harlem's Jazz History Opens

The Children's Museum of Manhattan celebrates the city's jazz history with a new exhibit.

East Harlem »

Service for 9-Year-Old Who Died in Bronx Building Fall to Be Held in Harlem

Sidy Fofana's memorial service will be held at Harlem Success Academy 3 on Thursday.

Central Harlem »

Harlem Political Leader Basil Paterson Dead at 87

The father of former Gov. David Paterson was a pillar of Harlem politics for decades.

Kingsbridge »

Ruben Diaz Jr. Backs Espaillat in Congressional Race Against Rangel

Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr. has endorsed state Sen. Adriano Espaillat for Congress.

Bed-Stuy »

Bed-Stuy's 81st Precinct Gets New Commanding Officer

Deputy Inspector Scott Henderson is a 19-year veteran who comes to Bed-Stuy from the 88th Precinct.

Bed-Stuy »

Music School Celebrates Late Founder's 100th Birthday

A Bed-Stuy music school honored the legacy of its founding teacher this week.

Harlem »

Concrete Truck Hits 1 Train Elevated Platform at 133rd Street, MTA Says

Two separate accidents disrupted service on the 1 train in Harlem and TriBeCa Thursday morning.

Upper West Side »

Basketball's African-American Forefathers Take Center Court in Exhibit

A NY-Historical Society exhibit celebrates African-American basketball teams that predated the NBA.

Central Harlem »

Police Crack Down on Illegal Dirt Bikes With Weekend Arrests

Residents of Harlem and The Bronx have long complained about the danger posed by packs of bikers.

Soundview »

Drunk Off-Duty Firefighter Hits Pregnant Woman With Car, NYPD Says

Sean Farrell, 39, was charged with his second DWI in less than 10 years.

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