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Man Stabbed in Chest at Baruch Houses

A 26-year-old man was stabbed in the chest by a group of men, police said.

East Harlem »

East Harlem Lacks Open Space But Not Options to Increase It

A new study by New Yorkers for Parks found East Harlem has the potential to increase open space.

New York City »

Power Restored to Final NYCHA Developments Left in the Dark by Sandy

Many residents in public housing are still waiting for their heat and hot water to be restored, however.

Red Hook »

As Red Hook Residents Plead for Heat and Hot Water, NYCHA Goes Door-to-Door

Accountants and budget analysts were among those who helped NYCHA canvass Brooklyn's largest project.

Red Hook »

Power Restored to Part of Red Hook Houses

Although the lights are back on for some residents, others are still in the dark.

Far Rockaway »

Powerless Far Rockaway Tenants Want Generators like NYCHA Residents

NYCHA apartments have generators powering them, while other subsidized housing is still in the dark.

New York City »

Knicks to Honor Man Who Saved Taxi Driver from Drowning During Sandy

Jon Candelaria, 25, who saved a taxi driver from drowning, will be honored by the Knicks Friday.

Lower East Side »

Thousands More Lose Power as Nor'easter Blows Into New York

More than 10,000 Con Edison customers lost power in the winter storm on Wednesday.

Red Hook »

Misery Mounting at Red Hook Houses as Residents Wait for Heat and Power

Some Red Hook Houses residents haven't had hot water or elevator service since Oct. 28.

Chelsea »

NYCHA Residents Struggling to Survive Without Power, Water

New York City Housing Authority says 365 buildings are still experiencing outages.

Coney Island »

Coney Island Shell-Shocked Amid Sandy's Destruction

Tenants were left without power or water with little idea of when they would return.

East Harlem »

Many NYCHA Residents Stay Put in East Harlem Despite Evacuation Order

Many residents of Isaacs Houses and Holmes Towers on First Avenue decided not to evacuate.

Central Harlem »

Harlem Anti-Violence Worker, Family Face NYCHA Eviction Because of His Past

Dedric "Beloved" Hammond's criminal record is forcing him and his family out of public housing.

New York City »

City to Ramp Up PCB Removal From Schools Under Accelerated Spending Plan

The city's plan to fund 'unglamorous' projects includes road repair and other infrasturcture fixes.

Lower East Side »

LES Public Housing Report Finds Lobbies Unlocked, Security Cameras Lacking

Many Lower East Side residents who live in public housing said they feel unsafe.

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