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Crown Heights »

Brooklyn women start their own businesses with a special grant for survivors of domestic violence. 

South Bronx »

Online grocer Fresh Direct was enticed to the Bronx by a $100 million-plus deal from the city and state.

Greenwich Village & SoHo »

Karl Lagerfeld and a "Top Chef" contestant have new pop-ups in the Village and NoLita.

Manhattan »

Advocates have renewed their push to mandate paid sick leave for businesses with five or more employees.

Midtown & Theater District »

Midtown bars are thrilled for the start of the NBA season, but many won't be open to welcome the Knicks.

Midtown & Theater District »

Construction has been rattling Le Parker Meridien Hotel, causing complaints about noise and vibrations.

Downtown »

The police barricades meant to deter Occupy Wall Street protesters and that led the struggling Milk Street Cafe to fire 21 staff members were back up again Wednesday night.

Manhattan »

Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer, Public Advocate Bill de Blasio and former Comptroller Bill Thompson shared their visions of the "Future of New York City" during a panel discussion Wednesday.

Midtown & Theater District »

City Council Speaker Christine Quinn announced a new push for technology and healthcare jobs to quell frustrations fueling Occupy Wall Street.

Manhattan »

Mayor Michael Bloomberg said Friday that Occupy Wall Street protesters are damaging the city's economy.

Murray Hill, Gramercy & Midtown East »

Calls by local leaders to ban non-essential helicopter flights out of Manhattan are being met with resistance by those in the industry, who insist flying is safe.

Downtown »

While some residents and shop owners were annoyed by street closures and detours from the 9/11 Anniversary, most took it in stride.

East Village & Lower East Side »

As many stores closed during Hurricane Irene, those who stayed opened over the weekend reported high sales and even recruited a few new regulars.

Downtown »

Downtown businesses can compete for grants of up to $650,000 over the next three years.

Chelsea & Hell's Kitchen »

Local businesses in Chelsea and across Manhattan are gearing up for extra business from same-sex marriages.