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A sign posted outside of the 181st Street gym on Monday announced that the gym was closed.
The city is asking for feedback from small business owners to see how it can better serve them.
The money will be distributed in loans of up to $20,000 to businesess near the explosion site.
Harlem's indoor market will receive money to help open new small businesses and attract more customers.
Ben Kallos is proposing a grant program for small businesses affected by Second Avenue subway work.
The Entrepreneur Space in Long Island City will celebrate its anniversary Tuesday.
The mayor picked Maria Torres-Springer to lead the Department of Small Business Services.
The Black family runs Lyla Tov Monsters, selling handmade monster dolls designed by 6-year-old Lyla.
Dennis Lee and Liz Wick of Astoria Coffee won the award, which honors small businesses in Queens.
The Small Business Development Center opened a satellite office to help owners apply for federal aid.
The bill passed after Council Speaker Christine Quinn negotiated concessions protecting small businesses.
Dozens of the neighborhood's bars, restaurants and other businesses are offering specials every Thursday.
Renee Heitmann started the pay-it-forward cookie project to show her appreciation for the neighborhood.
The Small Business Support Center will help entrepreneurs with important back office functions.
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