The widow of Malcolm X may soon have a street corner named in honor of her work in upper Manhattan.
A group, which announced a plan to open a Brazilian eatery last year, allegedly owes $8,000 in back rent.
A housing forum will be held on May 5 in order to address problems with landlords in Upper Manhattan.
The Department of Transportation said it would work with Community Board 12 to implement safety changes to the area.
Residents who live near La Caridad said taking its license might make things more quiet in the area.
Residents say changes to a residential street that serves as an on-ramp to the Henry Hudson Parkway are dangerous.
Officials at New York-Presbyterian Hospital said they had no choice but to "consolidate" the geriatric practice.
CB12 members met with officials from Quadriad Realty Partners to further discuss plans for its skyscrapers in WaHi.
Ouva Wine Bar and Beer Garden is one step closer to opening despite some community concern about noise.
Washington Heights residents believe a planned 8-foot safety fence on the High Bridge will be unnecessarily high.
Community Board 12 announced they will start using translation equipment.
Il Sole owner Sandra Jaquez agreed to close the restaurant earlier, after the City Council voted to not renew her license.
A new "town square" in Washington Heights will not feature a local artist.
Testing of a contaminated site on Broadway and Nagle Avenue will be conducted by an environmental team this month.
Residents of 552-556 Academy St. had to leave their homes Friday afternoon due to reported unsafe conditions.
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