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Greenwich Village »

Broadway Beauty Pageant Showcases Hottest Male Stars

Male stars of some of Broadway's hottest shows will perform for charity at NYU.

Union Square »

Woman Found Dead in Union Square Park Loved to Travel, Says Family

Kayla Mitchell, who was believed to be homeless, was found under a tree near 14th Street.

East Village »

Formerly Homeless Man's Silhouette Sculpture to Cast Shadow in East Village

Artist Fanny Allié is creating a sculpture of Christopher Gamble, who lived on the streets for 28 years.

Coney Island »

Homeless Man Shot Dead in Coney Island, Police Say

Julian Salley, 27, was shot inside a building on West 33rd Street in Coney Island.

Ozone Park »

Man Found Dead in Queens Apartment, Cops Say

Walter Corcoran, 63, was found dead inside 88-14 Liberty Ave. Tuesday evening, cops said.

Bushwick »

Neglected L Train Tunnel Will be Sealed to Drive Out Homeless, MTA Says

The MTA plans to brick up a tunnel connecting two Bushwick streets under the elevated L train.

New York City »

City Spending on Homeless Shelters to Soar to $800 Million

The city will spend more than $800 million on homeless shelters in 2013, Independent Budget Office says.

West Village »

West Village Coffee Shop Owner Says Vagrants Are Attacking His Customers

The manager of the West Village Think Coffee location says police haven't solved the problem.

Greenpoint »

Controversial Local Shelter Relocates Mid-Winter and Faces Uncertain Future

The hard-won 10-bed shelter left the Greenpoint Reformed Church.

West Village »

Housing for Formerly Homeless AIDS Patients Reopens After Sandy

The nation's first residence for people with HIV and AIDS, located in the West Village, has reopened.

East Harlem »

Activists, Pols Try to Revive Movement to End Stop-and-Frisk Policy

Elected officials are pushing for the passage of the Community Safety Act, which would reform the policy.

Greenpoint »

New Shelter Offers Nightly Refuge for Homeless in Greenpoint

The Greenpoint Reformed Church has opened its doors to 10 men, but some residents have complained.

Upper East Side »

Doe Fund Won't Clean East 86th Street Anymore, Citing Hurricane Sandy

The Doe Fund has stopped cleaning East 86th Street Commercial District, citing Hurricane Sandy.

Midtown »

'Coffeehouse' Senior Center Gets New $1.1M Space Near Port Authority

The new Project FIND Coffeehouse has food and activities for low-income seniors.