FDNY put out a fire that started on the 11th floor of a public housing building along the FDR Drive.
Man Up in Harlem takes a walk around the Polo Grounds each week, trying to improve the area with prayer.
Two men were shot on West 94th Street late Sunday night, police said.
A group of tenants from 344 E. 28th Street, near First Avenue, is asking police and elected officials for help fighting an abundance of crime in and around the building.
Family and friends of Makever "Keba" Brown are angry at the circumstances regarding his death on the FDR Drive Sept. 13.
Thousands of residents in the public housing complexes on Avenue D were told to leave Saturday in advance of the storm. Others in the East Village were enjoying brunch and drinks.
Victor Gonzalez, a longtime resident of the Wise Towers public housing complex, is the first current resident to be appointed to the NYC Housing Authority Board.
Some St. Nicholas Houses residents filed a lawsuit to block the Harlem Children's Zone charter school project from moving into their parkland.
Harlem public housing residents are among the hardest hit as the wait list for repairs at city-owned buildings grows.
The 20-building Vladeck Houses is weighing a pilot project that would outfit the complex with surveillance cameras.
Some tenants of the Alfred E. Smith Houses have been without gas at their building for weeks.
A 63-year-old man from the Jacob Riis Houses went missing on Monday, police said.
Jomali Morales was stabbed to death inside an elevator at the Baruch Houses a day before her birthday, family said.
A coalition of community groups is engaging young people at East Harlem's housing projects.
The opening can't come soon enough for Johnson Houses, which is suffering through a youth-gang rivalry, officials say.
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