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Upper West Side »

Ousted Wine and Roses Manager Takes Back Reins After Legal Battle

Jennifer Klein has returned to the helm the popular Columbus Avenue bar after a court settlement.

Midtown »

Woman Scared by 'Dexter' Ad Sues MTA for Subway Fall

An ad for the spooky show was too "shocking and menacing," a lawsuit charges.

Long Island City »

Son of Officer Killed in Queensboro Bridge 'Death Trap' Plans $20M Suit

Elisa Toro, of The Bronx, was killed in December in a crash on the bridge's exit ramp.

Douglaston »

Turkish Man Accused of Being Illegal Hack After Driving White Pals, He Says

Postman Melih Kalyoncu said he was racially profiled by New York's Taxi and Limousine Commission.

Williamsbridge »

Patrons Sickened by Hepatitis A Sue Bronx Restaurant

New Hawaii Sea Restaurant in Williamsbridge experienced an outbreak of hepatitis A last fall.

Flushing »

Black Man Driving Wife to Work Accused of Being Illegal Cab Driver: Lawsuit

Dan Keys Jr. is suing the TLC for $3 million in a newly filed racial profiling suit.

Kingsbridge Heights »

Kingsbridge Armory Project on Thin Ice Amid Feud Among its Developers

The city has delayed signing a lease on the project due to infighting among developers, sources say.

High Bridge »

Bronx Dirt Biker Left on Respirator After Police Chase, $30M Lawsuit Says

The firm Hecht, Kleeger and Damashek has been hired to handle the case for William Miranda

Long Island City »

Avonte Oquendo's Family Files Suit Against the City

The suit alleges negligence in the death of the teen, who went missing from his school in October.

East Village »

Students and Professors Sue Cooper Union Over Plan to Charge Tuition

Members of the Committee to Save Cooper Union rallied after commencement on Wednesday.

Flatiron »

Scaffolding Is 'Kiss of Death' for Business, BLT Fish Says

The Flatiron seafood restaurant said it's losing $50,000 a month because of scaffolding outside.

DUMBO »

Park Slope Couple is First to Sue Bankrupt ReBar for Ruining Nuptials

Nancy Nienberg says in a lawsuit that in April she paid $34,000 to book the DUMBO venue.

Jamaica »

Councilman Accused of Fraud Dodged Investigators for a Year, Suit Says

Queens Councilman Ruben Wills made excuses to avoid meeting with investigators, a lawsuit says.

Cobble Hill »

Winning LICH Bidder Withdraws Lawsuit Against State Officials

Brooklyn Health Partners claimed SUNY hadn't acted in good faith during negotiations with the coalitoin.

Union Square »

Union Square Pavilion Restaurant Opens After Court Victory

The restaurant in Union Square Park opened Thursday night, serving a greenmarket-inspired menu.

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