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Williamsburg »

The city has had an obligation to build the park for nearly 10 years.

Midtown »

The governor described the crash scene as one of the worst he has seen.

Prospect Heights »

Longtime customers of Flatbush Hardware, gutted by a Jan. 21 fire, hope to raise $15,000 for its owners.

Park Slope »

The fire torched a car and filled six buildings with carbon monoxide, the FDNY said.

Park Slope »

Salt that's spread to melt snow corrodes underground wires, which then ignite, officials said.

Williamsburg »

It's unclear how long firefighters will continue to battle the still-smoldering blaze. 

West Village »

Integral Yoga Natural Foods finally reopened after a fire tore through the store last April.

Chelsea »

A fire tore through two apartments in a West 15th Street building, the FDNY said.

Inwood »

A fire broke out inside 31 Park Terrace West, officials said.

Prospect Heights »

The Awad family lost their father and their home in Wednesday's Flatbush Avenue blaze.

Hamilton Heights »

Eight people, including three firefighters, were treated for injuries.

Prospect Heights »

The blaze destroyed Flatbush Hardware and killed Bassam Awad, 46, whose family ran a neighboring store.

Central Harlem »

Mount Pleasant Christian Academy lost thousands of books and expensive computer equipment during a fire.

Prospect Heights »

Bassam Awad died when fire tore through 267 Flatbush Ave. early Wednesday morning, witnesses said.

Washington Heights »

Residents of 501 W. 179th St. can't return to the building until the roof is repaired.