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Hudson Heights »

Le Cheile Restaurant and Bar Aiming to Extend Its Hours Until 3 A.M.

The eatery in Hudson Heights looking to extend its operating hours during the weekend.

Washington Heights »

Affordable Housing Crisis in Northern Manhattan Prompts Protests

CB12's affordable housing committee is taking a close look at uptown's housing issues.

Washington Heights »

CB12 Considers 2 A.M. Cutoff For New Nightclubs Seeking Liquor License

CB12 is mulling a plan to limit the number of uptown nightclubs serving liquor until 4 a.m.

Washington Heights »

Residents Prompt City To Revise Wright Bros. Playground Rehab Plans

Residents prompted the Parks Department to revise its plans for the Wright Bros. Playground.

Inwood »

Inwood Nightclub Gets Community Board Nod for Liquor License

Community Board 12 gave new Inwood nightclub Cairo preliminary approval for a full liquor license.

Inwood »

Cairo Nightclub Tries Again to Open in Inwood

Uptown nightclub Cairo is trying to open its doors again after its liquor license was denied in 2010.

Washington Heights »

Sanitation Department to Begin Reduced Uptown Street Cleaning Schedule

The Department of Sanitation will soon adopt the reduced street cleaning schedule proposed by CB12.

Washington Heights »

Gun-Dealing CB12 Chair Abused Power With 2nd Amendment Forum, Critics Say

CB12 public safety committee chair Robert Reynolds, who sells guns, wanted to host a forum on guns.

Washington Heights »

Restaurant in Alleged Cop Drinking Incident Changing Owners

The La Parrilla owner accused of attacking his waitress wants to hand over the reins to his brother.

Washington Heights »

CB12 Committee Says Yes to Wine License Despite NYPD Objections

The Community Board 12 committee voted yes on a wine license for G69 Bar on Amsterdam Avenue.

Inwood »

Community Board 12 Committee Gives Popular Wine Bar Nod for Sidewalk Cafe

CB12's economic development committee approved Corcho's sidewalk cafe application.

Inwood »

Liquor Authority Denies Application for 218th Street Bar and Grill

The State Liquor Authority rejected an application for a proposed bar and grill on West 218th Street.

Inwood »

State Approves Mamajuana Cafe Liquor License Without Community Input, Again

Mamajuana Cafe got SLA approval of its liquor license prior to CB12 approval a second time in two years.

Inwood »

Inwood Traffic Could Put on the Brakes Under Neighborhood Slow Zone

Inwood may be the first in Manhattan to get a Neighborhood Slow Zone, which helps slow traffic. 

Inwood »

La Marina's Proposed Seating Cut in Half After Community Outcry

La Marina's proposed seating capacity was cut to 500 from 1,000 by the Parks Department.