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East Harlem »

Inspectors shut down the pizzeria Friday after finding "evidence of mice."

Upper West Side »

The French creperie was closed by the Health Department on Nov. 17. 

Inwood »

The popular burger joint was closed for operating without a food-service permit.

Hamilton Heights »

Inspectors found roaches in the Mexican restaurant and mice in the Asian eatery.

East Elmhurst »

Rikers Island inmates reported dozens of rapes in 2014, but DOC did not alert police about any of them.

Crown Heights »

The Department of Health released "health profiles" for every neighborhood in Brooklyn this week.

East Harlem »

The city recognized 21 bodegas around the neighborhood as "Shop Healthy" stores.

East Harlem »

Police say it could be a sign they are making a dent in the sale of the dangerous drug.

Carroll Gardens »

Assemblywoman Jo Anne Simon is asking locals for reports on raccoon sightings and incidents.

Elmhurst »

The spraying comes as an 11th case of the virus was confirmed.

Upper West Side »

Residents sounded off on the pesticide spraying done to combat West Nile Virus.

Central Harlem »

One restaurant had flies and the other had roaches, according to the Health Department.

Civic Center »

New York becomes the first city in the nation to require the warning to consumers.

Upper West Side »

The soul food restaurant racked up 63 violation points during its most recent health inspection. 

Far Rockaway »

There have been three cases reported on the peninsula since Aug. 16, an official said.