Rudolph Richardson had to beg a jail doctor to put his severed finger on ice, according to a lawsuit.
Councilwoman Liz Crowley said she thought HHC should take the job.
Victor Woods, 53, died of a bleeding ulcer after a week at Rikers, his family charges in a lawsuit.
City Councilman Corey Johnson is holding a hearing on Rikers' health care provider, Corizon.
The building is the third SMA Equities-owned property with with lead levels above EPA guidelines.
At least 15 people have gotten the illness since 2013, according to the Department of Health.
Puddin', located at 102 St. Mark's Place, announced its closure on Facebook Sunday night.
The city Health Department said more reporting, not inferior care, was to blame.
The Brooklyn DA is looking into the Third Ave. rabbits after hearing from an animal welfare group.
A patient who recently returned from an Ebola-stricken nation was placed in isolation at Bellevue.
The city's health department closed the popular East Village restaurant after its Dec. 4 inspection.
The Gate, a dog-friendly bar, says the city's ruling that it's a food establishment is bogus.
The Gate has allowed dogs since 1997, but a recent 311 call put a stop to the canine-friendly policy.
Dust samples from 102 Norfolk St. found lead concentration "above EPA level guidelines."
Police and the Manhattan DA's office have begun arresting and prosecuting bodega workers selling K2.
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