The cat that had been locked in a shuttered Tompkins Avenue store for more than a month has a new owner.
The back room of Jimmy's Candy Store was crawling with roaches and littered with cat food cans.
Community members gathered at Jimmy's Candy Store on Friday, saying the owner was unfairly evicted.
Jimmy's Candy Store was shuttered in May with Sheshe the cat stuck inside, owners and court papers say.
The faux sale was part of a campaign to draw attention to local businesses that were recently evicted.
Nasry Michelen Day Care Center received funding from the City Council last week.
A recent Health Department inspection found unsanitary conditions in the church's food pantry.
The East Village diner disputes the landlord's claim that it siphoned gas.
The restaurant has been in business for 35 years.
The Word of Life church's landlord tried to break in on Good Friday, a reverend said.
Lifelong Little Italy resident Adele Sarno faces eviction by the Italian American Museum, her landlord.
The state denied the landlord's appeal, saying he must pay up.
Ramon Hernandez paid as much as $1,600 a month even though the legal rent on his apartment was $233.
Sen. Jesse Hamilton seeks improvements after NYCHA's attempt to evict a senior who was late on her rent.
A civil court judge momentarily stopped Subway Inn's eviction, initially planned for Aug. 20.
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