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Central Harlem »

Charter Schools Boss Eva Moskowitz Demands 'Educational Justice' From City

Moskowitz fought back after the city blocked a plan to co-locate three Success Academy schools.

Morris Heights »

Domestic Violence Victims Wait Up to a Decade for Emergency NYCHA Housing

Nearly 500 survivors are on the list for housing because they were abused, the agency said.

West Village »

Chumley's Operator Defends Historic Bar's Return to Village

Bedford Street residents are suing to keep the historic speakeasy closed for good.

East Village »

BBQ Joint Sues Lucky Cheng’s Owner for $22M Over Termites and Repairs

The yet-to-open Pride and Joy BBQ is suing its landlord, Hayne Suthon, owner of Lucky Cheng's.

Midtown »

Ad Firm Worker With NRA Card Accused of Sending Threatening Package to CEO

Brooklyn resident Joy Noel is suing Interpublic Group, saying it falsely blamed her for the package.

Kips Bay »

Tony Town House in Kips Bay Has Become a Refuge for Squatters, Lawsuit Says

Squatters have defecated and caused a fire in an East 29th Street town house, court records claim.

Downtown Brooklyn »

City Moves Forward With $11M Plan to Fix Crumbling Borough Hall Sidewalks

The bluestone surrounding Brooklyn's Borough Hall has been in a state of disrepair for years.

Sheepshead Bay »

Brooklyn Bride Sues Film Crew, Claiming It Botched Her Wedding Video

Monica Nickchemny said she paid $12,750 for a film crew to shoot her wedding, but she got a subpar video.

West Village »

Pal Who Found Philip Seymour Hoffman Dead Sues National Enquirer for $50M

David Bar Katz is suing for defamation over a tabloid story that claimed he and Hoffman were lovers.

Sugar Hill »

Harlem Woman Sues to Kick 'Nuisance' Daycare Out of Her Building

Noisy kids in Denise Suares' landmarked building are affecting her health, she said in the suit.

Central Harlem »

NYPD Tries to Shutter One of City's Rowdiest Bars

PJ's Cocktail Lounge and Restaurant has been the scene of four shootings, including one last week.

New Springville »

Prestigious Architect Sued for 'Defective' Staten Island Playground

The city sued the designers of a playground at the Jerome Parker Educational Complex in Staten Island.

Financial District »

Judge Clears Way for Probation Office's Controversial Move to FiDi

Downtown residents had sued in December to block the probation office's move to John Street on Jan. 17.

Wakefield »

Judge Clears Way for Civil Case Against NYPD in Killing of Ramarley Graham

Ramarley Graham's parents are suing the city and NYPD in a wrongful death case.

Coney Island »

Dog Owner Claims Police Shot at Her During Arrest for Walking Without Leash

Elizabeth Villafane says she was holding her dog when an officer shot at them in her apartment hallway.

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