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West Harlem »

Shred Fest Protects New Yorkers From Identity Theft

Protect yourself against identity theft by shredding your personal documents at this year's Shred Fest.

Upper East Side »

Where to Go Sledding in New York City After the Big Storm

We've compiled a list of some of the best sledding hills in the five boroughs.

New York City »

Shred Fest to Make Confetti Out of Your Personal Documents

New Yorkers can destroy their personal documents at shredding trucks parked in 10 citywide locations.

Central Harlem »

A Tale of Two Harlem Parks Reveals a Strain on Resources

Marcus Garvey Park is on the rise while St. Nicholas Park needs help, according to New Yorkers for Parks.

New York City »

Great Winter Walks in New York City New York has a guide to some great winter walks in New York City.

Hamilton Heights »

Man Convicted of 1986 Harlem Murder Sentenced to 25 Years to Life

Steven Carter, 50, was sentenced to 25 years to life for murdering Antoinette Bennett, 26, in 1986.

Harlem »

Carmelo Anthony Plants City's 500,000th Tree in Harlem

Knicks star Carmelo Anthony planted the 11-year-old Pin Oak, marking the 500,000th tree planted in the citywide campaign to plant a million trees by 2017.

Harlem »

DNA Helps Crack 24-Year-Old Harlem Rape and Murder

Prosecutors used DNA evidence to solve the 24-year-old cold case murder of an East Harlem woman.

Harlem »

Reel Harlem Film Festival Kicks Off 10th Season

The 10th Annual Reel Harlem Film Festival kicks off Wednesday and will feature outdoor screenings in July.

Manhattan »

New Yorkers Slash Identity Theft at 'Shred Fest' Sunday

The city offered free paper shredding stations at Union Square, Columbus Circle and St. Nicholas Park Sunday.

Harlem »

New Apartment Buildings Rising on Formerly Vacant Harlem Block

The Central Harlem buildings on a formerly vacant block will be reserved for low- and middle-income tenants.

Washington Heights & Inwood »

Hamilton Heights Man Charged with Sexually Assaulting City College Student

Lawrence Elliot, 47, is accused of sexually assaulting a City College student at gunpoint in her apartment.

Harlem »

Six-Foot Snake Found in Harlem Park

A Parks Department employee discovered the six-foot Burmese python Wednesday afternoon.

Manhattan »

New York Hosts 15th Annual 'It's My Park Day'

On May 15 nearly 30 Northern Manhattan parks will get a face lift by resident volunteers as part of It's My Park Day festivities.