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East Village »

A commercial tenant sued the landlord in 2000 after his variety store was destroyed in a fire.

Upper East Side »

The Italian brand sued landlord SL Green to keep from raising its rent by $5.5 million per year. 

Washington Heights »

The Uptown politican sued the city claiming he was beaten by police in the clearing of Zuccotti Park.

Upper West Side »

Parents say construction of the 20-story nursing home will be detrimental to their children's education.

East Village »

The Third Avenue soccer pub owes $146,789.21 after missing its last four payments, the suit says.

Flushing »

Citi Field security was slashed by roughly 29 percent between 2009 and 2013, court documents show.

West Village »

Owners of the popular Christopher Street venue kept tips from food and drink sales, the suit says.

Morrisania »

Tyeesha Mobley says she called 911 to have officers come tell her 9-year-old why stealing is wrong.

Hamilton Heights »

The building that had no heat or hot water last weekend has been fined $240,000 since 1999.

Sunset Park »

The report found that 4 special needs students, including Nashaly Perez, walked out of school on Sept 15

Midtown »

UPS knowingly "turned a blind eye" to customers who used them to send untaxed cigarettes, officials say.

East Village »

Manitoba's, located at 99 Ave. B, will likely stay open after exceeding its $25,000 fundraising goal.

Midtown »

A woman is suing Villagio on the Park after she cut her mouth on a whole branzino with a hook inside.

Inwood »

Bouncer Andrew Tolbert claims in a lawsuit that La Marina didn't have adequate security at the time.

Clinton Hill »

The mother of Laquan Nelson, 16, said her son asked police for help and was denied before he was killed.