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Lenox Hill »

Barneys Shoplifter Attacks Police Officer and Escapes Mid-Arrest, NYPD Says

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

DUMBO »

VIDEO: Angry Couples Lash Out at Former ReBar Owner Amid Plea Negotiations

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

Cobble Hill »

Nine Proposals For Long Island College Hospital Are Made Public

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

Cobble Hill »

What You Need to Know About Long Island College Hospital

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

Cobble Hill »

LICH Supporters Attempt to Attract Hospital Developers

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

Cobble Hill »

Settlement on LICH Does Not Guarantee Full Service Hospital

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

Cobble Hill »

Settlement Reached on Long Island College Hospital's Future, Attorneys Say

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

Chelsea »

Hotel Chelsea's Owner and Tenants Reach Settlement as Conditions Improve

Hotel Chelsea tenants and management settled after years of legal disputes.

Gramercy »

Aldon James Agrees to Pay $900K to National Arts Club in Settlement Deal

The deal with the Attorney General's office settles a $1.75M lawsuit over James' club mismanagement.

New York City »

Dominique Strauss-Kahn and Nafissatou Diallo Settle Sexual Assault Suit

The two sides signed an agreement for an unspecified amount, a Bronx judge announced Monday.

New York City »

Former Dorm Landlord Accused of Siphoning Funds Settles for $5.5M

Educational Housing Servies houses students at Baruch and Pace, among other schools.

Civic Center »

CityTime Scandal Settlement Will Help Plug Budget Hole, Mayor Says

The city will use nearly $500 million in settlement cash to help pay for services.

East Village & Lower East Side »

Dad Falsely Accused of LES Burglary Spree Settles With City

Irving Walker, 42, settled with the city after police falsely accused him of an LES burglary spree.

Manhattan »

City Paid Out Nearly $600 Million in Lawsuits Last Year

The city paid over a half billion dollars in lawsuits, according to the New York City Law Department.

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