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Bed-Stuy »

Union workers at 1711 Fulton St. in Bed-Stuy were back on the job Monday after a settlement agreement.

Central Harlem »

Relatives said they still want to see NYPD officers held accountable for the Staten Island man's death.

Upper West Side »

The restaurant failed to pay its waitstaff the 20 percent service fee it charged for private dining.

Far Rockaway »

Kareem Bellamy hopes to use the money to reconnect with his children who grew up while he was in jail.

Inwood »

Michal Lura Friedman died following surgical complications from a C-section at NYU Langone in 2011.

West Harlem »

The sum was agreed after a Wal-Mart truck crashed into a van the man was riding in.

Wakefield »

Graham's family agreed to a $3.9 million settlement on Friday, the city's Law Department said.

East New York »

12-year-old Maria Herrera hanged herself after being tormented by classmates for more than a year.

Lenox Hill »

The incident was the latest headache for Barneys, which paid $525,000 over racial profiling charges.


Jilted couples who planned to wed at reBar confronted Jason Stevens at his May 22 court date.

Cobble Hill »

Four of the nine proposals would operate a full service hospital at the Cobble Hill property.

Cobble Hill »

With bids due Wednesday to redevelop LICH, here's a primer on where things stand.

Cobble Hill »

Representatives from labor unions and a community group spoke to potential bidders Monday evening.

Cobble Hill »

New details on the settlement were announced Friday afternoon at the Brooklyn Supreme Court.

Cobble Hill »

LICH advocates and attorneys for state officials reached an agreement on the hospital, they announced.