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6 Things to Do in New York City's Neighborhoods This Weekend

The week's most interesting events are here for you in one handy guide.  

Mott Haven »

YMCA Expanding Program for Disconnected Youth to The Bronx

The organization launched its Y Roads program last May.

Midtown East »

What Happened in New York This Week: 8 Stories You Need to Read

Check out the quieter side of gay pride and see how your neighborhood stacks up on our tipping map.

Jamaica »

Minor Train Derailment Causes Delays, Cancellations for LIRR Evening Rush

A freight train derailed in Jamaica Wednesday afternoon.

Morrisania »

Dozens of Affordable Housing Units Planned for Morrisania

Sixty percent of the units will target the formerly homeless with mental health disorders.

Flushing »

7 Line Clothes Company Gets MLB Nod for Mets-Themed Threads

The 7 Line — by the fans and for the fans — is now officially licensed by the MLB.

Rego Park »

MTA Suspends Monday Plan to Remove Homeless for Train Cleaning

MTA announced that it will suspend a plan to clean subway cars Monday morning.

Midtown »

LIRR Service Back to Normal Thursday Following Track Fire

A track fire Wednesday afternoon shut down one of the commuter railway's East River tunnels.

Jamaica »

Two Men Arrested for Selling Fake Super Bowl Tickets, DA Says

Two men were caught with hundreds of fake Super Bowl tickets, prosecutors say.

Richmond Hill »

Queens Man Charged with Attempted Murder for Beating Police Officer

Hayden Holder faces up to 25 years in prison after beating up an off-duty police officer Sunday night.

Jamaica »

Jamaica Residents Push to Clean Up Garbage Amid Flood of Violations

About half of the garbage tickets issued last year in Queens were in CB12.

Jamaica »

Jamaica Station Celebrates 100th Anniversary

Jamaica Station on 94th Avenue and Sutphin Boulevard celebrated its 100th birthday Wednesday.

Greenwich Village »

Bob Marley Course Sparks Intellectual Fire at NYU

NYU is offering a two-credit class on reggae legend Bob Marley and the history of Jamaica.

Jamaica »

Nor'easter Left Downed Trees and Power Lines Throughout Queens

The storm, compounded by Hurricane Sandy, has left some 23,000 people without power in the borough.

Jamaica »

Hundreds Attend Stop-and-Frisk Hearing to Support New Law

The Community Safety Act would help curb police profiling, proponents say.

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