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Claremont »

NYCHA Community Centers Get Free Air Conditioners in The Bronx

Friedrich is donating 150 air conditioners to 38 NYCHA Community Centers across the city.

Port Morris »

City Breweries Offer Seasonal Beers to Quench Summer Thirsts

DNAinfo compiled a list of some of the best summer beers from local breweries across the five boroughs.

Morrisania »

Bronx Added Most Supportive Housing in City Over Last Decade, Stats Show

The city has placed roughly 2,500 supportive housing units into the Bronx since 2005.

Park Slope »

Wu-Tang Clan Superfans Want $5M to Buy Exclusive Album and Share it Online

The group is only releasing a single copy of their new album, but fans have a solution.

Arrochar »

Man Pistol-Whipped in Staten Island

Police say Brendan Smith hit another man in the face with a gun.

Civic Center »

Transportation Advocates Call for Clocks to Show When Buses Will Arrive

Transportation advocates are calling for countdown clocks to let riders know when a bus will arrive.

Red Hook »

Staten Island Men Arrested for Stealing 84 Cases of Beer

Two men who work for a beer distribution company stole $2,500 worth of suds from their employer.

Bulls Heads »

Staten Island Woman Dies in House Fire

A 61-year-old Staten Island woman died during a house fire Saturday.

South Jamaica »

Service Changes to Disrupt 16 Subway Lines This Weekend

Construction and maintenance work will bring changes to 16 subway lines and the Staten Island Railway.

Bed-Stuy »

Bed-Stuy Boutique Owner Keeps the Neighborhood 'Fly' With Shop Expansion

The owner of Bedstuy Fly bought the Townhouse Beauty Salon next to his 287 Ralph Ave. shop.

Civic Center »

Kelly Outlines Beefed-Up Security for This Year's Marathon

Additional bomb-sniffing dogs, NYPD scuba divers and police helicopters will be used at this year's race.

Rockaway Beach »

New Multimillion Dollar Beach Bathrooms Already Starting to Fall Apart

The structures, built after Hurricane Sandy, are going down the toilet with rust, cracks and leaks.

Civic Center »

Elderly Brooklyn Man Dead from Heat Stroke

The 84-year-old man died from overheating on July 21.

New York City »

Three More Deaths Related to Last Week's Heat Wave

Eight people have died in the city so far this summer from hyperthermia.

Jackson Heights »

Immigration Reform Advocates To Project Message on NYC Buildings

The first stop will be Roosevelt Avenue in Jackson Heights.