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Community Board 7 approved plans by the local BID to transform a neglected Columbus Avenue block.
Thunderstorms are forecast for July 4 during the day, then skies will clear.
Nora Ephron, a filmmaker known for romantic comedies set in New York City, died June 26, 2012.
An NYPD youth gang expert updated parents on the growth of crews across the city.
New Yorkers stood in solidarity with elder abuse victims at City Hall on Friday.
Daughters, sons, and grateful grandkids shopped the Upper West Side to track down Father's Day gifts.
The state Assembly passed legislation that would allow New York City to make kindergarten mandatory.
The Celebrate Israel Parade took over Fifth Avenue from East 57th Street to East 75th Street Sunday.
The Taxi and Limousine Commission will hold a hearing on the proposal May 31, 2012.
Finding a rent-stabilized apartment is easier than most New Yorkers think, experts said.
The city is paying 800 teachers who aren't currently teaching, Schools Chancellor Dennis Walcott said.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg staunchly defended the NYPD's stop-and-frisk tactic.
Adam Yauch, known as MCA, is dead, three years after he was diagnosed with cancer, according to reports.
The city announced a 41 percent drop in deaths among black New Yorkers living with HIV/AIDs.
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority announced the winners of the MTA App Quest Thursday.
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