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Kensington »

The new shelter at 385 McDonald Ave. will open the week of Dec. 7, officials said. 

Upper West Side »

Urban Pathways is working on getting a contract with DHS to host a "safe haven" at 54 W. 105th St. 

Hollis »

Six apartment buildings on Hollis Avenue have recently been undergoing renovations.

TriBeCa »

The New York Rescue Mission is looking for all types of men's and women's clothing.

Melrose »

Pyramid Safe Haven, located at 470 E. 161st St., was found to be another infected site.

NoHo »

Operators of the 43-bed women's shelter say they are looking for a new building.

Concourse »

West Spruill will no longer be represented by Cesar Gonzalez, his previous attorney.

Washington Heights »

Peter Walsh was attacked in front of Coogan's Restaurant on July 23, video shows.

Lower East Side »

Four of the nonprofit’s residential programs will get new bedding.

Wakefield »

West Spruill allegedly stalked and then killed Ana Charle after she left the Wakefield shelter. 

Melrose »

Community members voiced their displeasure with the shelter at a meeting on Monday night.

Wakefield »

Ana Charle, who ran a homeless shelter, was murdered by former resident West Spruill, police said.

Flatbush »

Janet Markoe, Phillip Arabadjis and Thi Chau were all still missing Monday afternoon, officials said.

Jamaica »

The number of homeless New Yorkers hit a record high, nearly 59,000 residents.

Jamaica »

A number of rooms at a hotel near the Jamaica AirTrain station are being used to house homeless people.