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Bed-Stuy »

New Bed-Stuy Commanding Officer Vows to Rebuild Trust With Community

Deputy Inspector Scott Henderson wants to rebuild the bonds between the community and police.

Long Island City »

Queens Dad Plans to Publish Kids' A-Z Guide to His Borough

Amol Sarva proposed "Q is for Queens," an illustrated kids' book all about the borough.

Greenwich Village »

Man Attacked in Possible Anti-Gay Hate Crime Wary of Returning to Village

JP Masterson, 39, was holding hands with his partner when he was assaulted.

Chinatown »

Contaminated Chinatown Seafood Sparks Skin Infection Outbreak, City Says

An outbreak of skin infections has been linked to fish in Chinatowns in Manhattan, Brooklyn and Queens.

Richmond Hill »

Elderly Woman Killed By Unlicensed Driver in Hit-and-Run: NYPD

Kaneez Hussein, 73, was crossing Jamaica Avenue Thursday morning when she was hit by a Nissan Altima.

Financial District »

Huge Prostitution Ring Tackled Days Before Super Bowl, Authorities Say

Four days before the Super Bowl, authorities took down one of the biggest prostitution rings in the city.

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.

Astoria »

Driver Arrested, Passenger in Critical Condition After Car Crash in Astoria

The passenger suffered a heart attack while the driver was in stable condition, FDNY sources said.

Midtown South »

ACS Let Myls Dobson's Dad Keep Boy Despite 2 Arrests Under Its Watch

Myls' father spent four months in jail on the child welfare agency's watch, court records show.

Gramercy »

Residents Push to Convert Police Academy to Public School

The NYPD's Police Academy is moving to Queens, and CB6 wants to turn its Gramercy space into a school.

Civic Center »

Service Changes to Disrupt 13 Subway Lines this Weekend

Construction and maintenance work will bring changes to 11 lines, and two shuttle trains.

Woodhaven »

School Bus Accident Leaves 6 Injured

A school bus and an SUV were involved in an accident in Woodhaven Queens, leaving 6 people injured.

Corona »

New Bill Aims to Spread Tourism Dollars to Outer Boroughs

The bill, proposed by state Sen. Jose Peralta, would allocate more tourism dollars to the boroughs. 

Jackson Heights »

South Asian Food, Culture on the Menu at Jackson Heights Street Fest

Chaat, music and dance will be on display near Travers Park.

Corona »

Queens Theatre Lineup Features Renowned Dance Troupe and Shakespeare

Single show tickets are now on sale for the season.

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