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Central Harlem »

New York Road Runners will not file any criminal charges.

Port Morris »

Windows of Hip Hop has launched a fundraising campaign to raise $75,000 for an education tour.

Washington Heights »

Four New York State senators expressed their support for a New Jersey lawmaker's bill.

Concourse »

Citi Bike will launch 350 bikes at 35 stations in Jersey City starting in September.

Washington Heights »

LG agreed to lower the height of the tower along the Palisades in order to preserve views.

Upper West Side »

The misdirected emergency calls have led to dangerous delays, officials said.

Midtown »

LIRR trains were delayed 20 to 30 minutes and NJ Transit was delayed by up to an hour. 

Greenwich Village »

A judge said subpoenas from Daniel Straus' company "presented significant First Amendment issues.”

West Village »

Cutting overnight PATH service would be a "last resort," the Port Authority said.

Washington Heights »

The New York Cycle Club said the paths need to be doubled from about 7 to 14 feet to meet demand.

Civic Center »

Rachel Noerdlinger and her boyfriend were stopped as they drove the wrong way with a minor in their car.

Civic Center »

Rachel Noerdlinger, the first lady's chief of staff, lives with an ex-con who rips police on Facebook.

Greenwich Village »

Aaron Lorenzo, 25, was caught charging drinks on a woman's credit card at the Up and Down Club. 

Midtown »

Lyft was unable to meet demand over the weekend, according to the company and an analysis of the app.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The new concert venue, which faces the Hudson, was designed to prevent sound from bothering New Yorkers.