Inwood residents voiced opposition to Mamajuana Cafe's plan to open a new restaurant.
Illegal street vendors in upper Manhattan are being warned that their days are numbered.
Tennis aficionados and city officials remain divided over a plan to renovate Inwood's tennis courts.
The State Liquor Authority renewed Vin-Tich nightclub's liquor license days before officers were hurt.
Community Board 12 passed a resolution asking the city to reduce street cleaning by one day a week.
The head of the New York State Federation of Taxi Drivers defended controversial restaurant Papasito as a struggling business headed by 'young entrepreneurs who employ single moms.'
The Parks Department plans to restore the stone stairways and grotto at the eastern end of Fort Tryon.
Community Board 12 will hold a public forum to discuss whether it should ask the city to reduce alternate side of the road parking by one day weekly.
La Caridad #2, a Washington Heights restaurant with a history of criminal and quality-of-life complaints, is seeking to renew its liquor license which was taken away earlier this year.
Community Board 12 recommended the State Liquor Authority approve Garden Cafe's liquor license renewal application, despite complaints from residents about outdoor noise.
Community Board 12 discussed many pressing needs in the Washington Heights and Inwood community, but more cops ranks No.1 on everyone's wish list.
Community Board 12 is asking for the public's input on the city's 2012 capital and expense budget for Inwood and Washington Heights.
Community Board 12 voted to support a plan by the New York Restoration Project to rehabilitate a stretch of Sherman Creek along the Harlem River.
Columbia University plans to host a Northern Manhattan Appreciation Day on Saturday, Sept. 24.
The first phase of a master plan for improvements at Bennett Park began this week and is slated to continue for 12 months.
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