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Clinton Hill »

City Approves Demolition of Popular Clinton Hill Grocery Store

The city gave the go-ahead to demolish the one-story structure at 325 Lafayette Ave.

Central Harlem »

Suspected Supermarket Shooter Was Freed by Judge After Earlier Guilty Plea

Justice Charles Solomon released the man after he pleaded guilty to a 2013 attempted murder.    

Clinton Hill »

Mural of a Young Biggie Could Adorn Key Food Where He Worked as a Kid

Danielle Mastrion plans to paint a mural of Biggie Smalls as a kid growing up in the neighhborhood.

Clinton Hill »

Racial Battle Brews in Clinton Hill Over Closing of Popular Grocery Store

State Sen. Velmanette Montgomery said, "white people don't eat the way we do," about the closing.

Clinton Hill »

Developers Looking to Demolish Popular Grocery Store to Build Condos

Slate Property Group wants to demolish the Key Food on Lafayette Avenue in Clinton Hill.

Windsor Terrace »

Windsor Terrace Food Co-op Signs Lease on Caton Avenue

A member-run grocery modeled after the Park Slope Food Co-op signed a lease at 825 Caton Ave.

Windsor Terrace »

New Windsor Terrace Food Co-op Needs 100 Members to Lease Space

The co-op's leaders found a space on Caton Avenue, but they need money for a deposit by Dec. 1.

Windsor Terrace »

Long-Awaited Windsor Terrace Key Food Won't Open Until 2015

Walgreens recently opened at 589 Prospect Ave., but the Key Food that will share the space is not ready.

Astoria »

Grocery Delivery Service Instacart Expands to Western Queens

Instacart is now delivering groceries to parts of Astoria, LIC, Sunnyside and Woodside.

Castleton Corners »

Man Uses Stolen Credit Card to Buy Groceries from Staten Island Supermarket

The suspect used the card to buy $207 worth of groceries from a Key Food Supermarket, police said.

Richmond Hill »

Library Partners With Grocery Store to Buy Books Amid Budget Cuts

Patrons at a local Key Food store are being asked to donate money for books amid budget cuts.

Jackson Heights »

Shuttered Trade Fair Set to Reopen in January as Key Food, Owner Says

Owner Mohammed Haque said it's too early to commit to re-hiring all of Trade Fair's 50 employees.

Windsor Terrace »

Up-and-Coming Windsor Terrace Food Co-op Moves Closer to Reality

An effort to start a Park Slope-style food co-op in Windsor Terrace is gaining momentum.

Williamsburg »

Key Food's Upscale 'Urban Market' Opens in Williamsburg

Some residents said they'd waited years for such an upscale supermarket in South Williamsburg.