Small business directly impacted by the explosion gathered at Cafe Mocha on April 9, 2015.
The fastest growth was in Brooklyn, where the number increased 77 percent.
The West Shore Industrial BID will serve about 50 businesses in Bloomfield and Chelsea.
Emeline's in Bed-Stuy is the 2,000th business opened under the city's business acceleration program.
Ben Kallos is proposing a grant program for small businesses affected by Second Avenue subway work.
More than 300 shop owners still haven't received federal money that was meant to help them recover.
About 25 businesses gathered Tuesday to hear about help available from city, state and federal agencies.
Sunnyside Shines is looking to bring more shopping options to the neighborhood's vacant storefronts.
The mayor picked Maria Torres-Springer to lead the Department of Small Business Services.
New Harlem East Merchants Association was one of six winners of the city's Neighborhood Challenge Grant.
The chiefs of small business agencies from Washington and City Hall checked on recovery efforts Tuesday.
Colorful "Explora" campaign to highlight the best the neighborhoods have to offer.
A part of Jackson Heights' historic district is one of the city's least compliant in keeping up to code.
Seth Taylor and the 82nd Street Partnership have worked to improve the business district.
Small Business Commissioner Rob Walsh weighs in on the business climate around New York.
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