The nation's first residence for people with HIV and AIDS, located in the West Village, has reopened.
Elected officials are pushing for the passage of the Community Safety Act, which would reform the policy.
McDonald will be running as a Republican.
The Greenpoint Reformed Church has opened its doors to 10 men, but some residents have complained.
The Doe Fund has stopped cleaning East 86th Street Commercial District, citing Hurricane Sandy.
The new Project FIND Coffeehouse has food and activities for low-income seniors.
Residents of the Bailey-Holt House in the West Village are now scattered across the city.
After letting the building fall into disrepair, the landlord of 66 Clay St. is kicking out tenants.
Alleged Hudson River Park attacker Jonathan Stewart was indicted on rape charges Tuesday.
Disney Cortez was arrested for attempted murder of a homeless man in McCarren Park, cops said.
A man who appeared to be homeless was attacked Tuesday morning, cops said.
A local church will begin housing the men who sleep in local parks and streets in time for winter.
The shelter's opening was fought by neighbors, but welcomed by clients.
Residents said John Baisely was killed at a W. 95th St. SRO plagued by violence and drugs.
Cops arrested Frank Herrera, 51, in the stabbing death of a fellow resident at a Broadway SRO building.
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