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Astoria »

CHART: How to Navigate the Rise and Fall of Relationships on Social Media

Progress in a romantic relationship can be measured against a hierarchy of social media interactions.

Jamaica »

Facebook Posts by Boxer Questioned in Murder of Queens Mom Mention Revenge

Trevis Hall is being questioned in the brutal killing of his girlfriend, Margarita Rivera.

Greenwich Village »

Con Artist Poses as Repairman to Scam Small Businesses, Police Say

Nino Montano, 57, tricked business owners into paying him for repairs they didn't need, police said.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

VIDEO: Carriage Horse Stampedes Through Hell's Kitchen

A carriage horse galloped through Hell's Kitchen before being stopped by the NYPD.

Civic Center »

Mayoral Aide and Killer Beau Once Busted Driving in Car Reeking of Pot

Rachel Noerdlinger and her boyfriend were stopped as they drove the wrong way with a minor in their car.

Tottenville »

Town Hall Meetings Moving Out of Rooms and Onto Facebook on Staten Island

Assemblyman Joe Borelli will answer residents' questions on Facebook on Oct. 7.

Morrisania »

Man Robbed After Bringing Home Woman He Met on Facebook, Police Say

Three men stole money, sneakers and tech gear during the push-in robbery, police said.

Greenwich Village »

Win Free Tickets to Food Festival by Sharing Photos of Your Favorite Dishes

Win a pair of $50 tickets to Taste of the Village by posting photos of the top dishes at local eateries.

Fort Greene »

Video of Dog Poop Scofflaw Sparks Ft. Greene Shame Campaign

A block association is encouraging locals to videotape or photograph dog owners who don't scoop poop.

Kensington »

Officer Shook Down NYPD Candidate for Sex and Cash, DA Says

An officer was indicted for allegedly asking a candidate for sex in exchange for helping her get hired.

Forest Hills »

Meet the Man in Charge of the NYPD's Twitter Outreach Program

Deputy Commissioner Zachary Tumin said a strong social media presence is a "must-have tool" for police.

Inwood »

Inwood Man Urges Volunteers to Shovel Strangers' Sidewalks

Daniel Pincus started the Inwood Shovelers Facebook group to prod locals into "random acts of shoveling."

Greenpoint »

East River Ferry Service Suspended in Greenpoint After Ramp Collapse

The dock ramp at the Greenpoint hub collapsed Thursday morning during the snowstorm, witnesses said.

Civic Center »

City Schools Open and Back to Normal After Snowstorm

All field trips, after-school programs and sports games are back on, according to the DOE.

Great Kills »

15-Year-Old's Facebook Page Dissing DOE's Snow Plan Goes Viral

Jeremy Duenas got 19,000 likes overnight on his page criticizing the DOE for opening school Thursday. 

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