The Manhattanville coffee shop isn't located in Manhattanville, but the name fits anyway, owners say.
Critics say Columbia hasn't hired enough African-American architects for its Manhattanville expansion.
Area activists want missing women's cases investigated for links to NYPD cop Gilberto Valle.
A fire ripped through 509 W. 134th St. Friday afternoon, FDNY officials said
The city awarded Columbia $15 million to help it build a new engineering school.
Some Harlem real estate experts think West Harlem would be a prime location for the store.
Group says they want to prevent eminent domain from being used.
Community Board 9 has formed a special committee to look at specific spending projects.
NYU's Brooklyn plan is reportedly among the front-runners if the city opts for a second tech campus.
The West Harlem Local Development Corporation paid $320,000 to two politically-connected consultants.
Four applicants are now in the running to build a new city-subsidized engineering school, Bloomberg said.
The board says it has "no confidence" in the West Harlem Local Development Corporation which is being investigated by the State Attorney General.
US Rep Charles Rangel said Attorney General Eric Schneiderman would be "derelict" if he didn't look into accusations against the West Harlem Local Development Corporation.
The Department of Youth and Community Development said it received $300,000 from the West Harlem Local Development Corporation to hire 220 Harlem kids for a summer jobs program.
The West Harlem Local Development Corporation, the focus of an investigation by Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, has spent more on consultants than programming.
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