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Prospect-Lefferts Gardens »

Prospect-Lefferts Residents Call to End 421-A Tax Incentive for Builders

Locals and tenant advocates rallied outside a new 23-story building at 626 Flatbush Ave. on Tuesday.

Jackson Heights »

Jackson Heights-Corona BID Board to Include Street Vendor, LGBTQ Reps

A community agreement will provide more votes and input from locals, organizers said.

Jamaica »

Jamaica Bodegas to Promote Fruit and Water Instead of Candy and Soda

18 bodegas, restaurants and grocery stores will boost healthy offerings as part of a food campaign.

Jackson Heights »

Police Will Limit Use of Condoms as Evidence, NYPD Says

The policy shift is a victory for advocates who said the rule unfairly targeted some New Yorkers.

Midland Beach »

Red Cross Awards $250K to Relief Group Helping Staten Island Sandy Vics

The grant will help immigrants and low-income Sandy victims.

Midland Beach »

Staten Island Mom Fears Losing Her Sons if Immigration Reform Not Passed

Nancy Peredo, 33, fears deportation and being separated from her three sons.

Midland Beach »

Staten Island Residents Still Face Mold Problems Six Months After Sandy

A report released on Tuesday found that many homes hit by Sandy still face mold problems.

Jackson Heights »

Jackson Heights Latinos Disproportionately Stopped-and-Frisked

The 115th Precinct, in Jackson Heights, East Elmhurst and North Corona, stopped 14,585 Latinos in 2011.

Jackson Heights »

Queens Immigrants Hope for Reform After Obama Speech

Immigrants gathered at Make the Road New York to watch the President's immigration speech.

Jackson Heights »

Stop-and-Frisk Targets Transgender Community Unfairly, Study Says

A new study says that the NYPD unfairly targets transgender people in Jackson Heights.

New York City »

Small Businesses Push Quinn to Support Paid Sick Leave Proposal

Some small businesses and paid sick leave advocates in the city are supporting the new proposal.

Washington Heights & Inwood »

Latino Politicians Call on Albany to Pass Marriage Equality Legislation

A group of Latino elected officials called upon Albany to immediately pass marriage equality legislation.