The Awad family lost their father and their home in Wednesday's Flatbush Avenue blaze.
Eight people, including three firefighters, were treated for injuries.
The blaze destroyed Flatbush Hardware and killed Bassam Awad, 46, whose family ran a neighboring store.
Mount Pleasant Christian Academy lost thousands of books and expensive computer equipment during a fire.
Bassam Awad died when fire tore through 267 Flatbush Ave. early Wednesday morning, witnesses said.
Residents of 501 W. 179th St. can't return to the building until the roof is repaired.
Three people were seriously hurt in the fire in The Bronx, the FDNY said.
After a fire thwarted early morning travelers on the commuter train, the LIRR is back on track.
The blaze started in a construction site at the West End Concourse of Penn Station, officials said.
A fire erupted inside 21-37 35th St., injuring one person, officials said.
The blaze burned through the second and third floors of the Rochester Avenue home.
Residents of a building that hasn't had cooking gas in six months say treatment is unequal.
Louise Jean-Charles, 59, Nadia Donnay, 39, Napoleon Michel, 69 were killed.
The blaze broke out on the top floor of a residential building on West 110th Street, officials said.
The fire started at 15 Central Park West, which lists celebrities and executives as residents.
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