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East Harlem »

A Year After East Harlem Explosion, Businesses Still Wait For Help

None of the businesses that applied to the state's emergency fund program have received money.

Park Slope »

Park Slope Food Co-op Launches Loan Program to Start Similar Groceries

The Park Slope Food Co-op will make loans to groups looking to start similar member-operated groceries.

Bed-Stuy »

Future of Healthy Bed-Stuy Grocery Grows Clearer as Shutdown Ends

Bed-Stuy Fresh and Local was looking for a loan from the SBA, which was closed during the shutdown.

Dongan Hills »

Sandy Relief Funds Begin to Reach Staten Island Businesses

Mayor Bloomberg said the federal Sandy relief money will fund grants and loans for businesses and homes.

New York City »

Bloomberg Announces Plans for First $1 Billion of Sandy Recovery Cash

City officials hope to begin handing out checks to devastated homeowners by late spring.

Manhattan »

Cash-Strapped Mets Look for Another Loan, Report Says

The New York Mets are tying to secure tens of millions of dollars to cover basic expenses, the Post reported.

Manhattan »

Sean Coffey to Sink More Cash into Attorney General Campaign

Attorney General candidate Sean Coffey plans to lend even more of his own cash to his campaign, he said.

East Village & Lower East Side »

Stuyvesant Town Is Up For Sale as Foreclosure Continues

A judge granted a motion to foreclose on the massive East Side complex, allowing it to head to the auction block.