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West Farms »

Miguel Roche, 48, fought in Iraq and was diagnosed with PTSD in 2008, according to court papers.

Park Slope »

A thief took a dozen pairs of jeans from a True Religion boutique, according to a police report.

Upper West Side »

The misdirected emergency calls have led to dangerous delays, officials said.

Civic Center »

The Mayor's Fund raised thousands of dollars for the families of Wenjian Liu and Rafael Ramos.

East Village »

Leslie Bright said that the man claiming to be her husband who vanished 20 years ago is a fraud.

East Village »

Mary Bright says Kwame Seku, a California amnesiac claiming to be her long-lost son, is the real deal.

Upper East Side »

Residents and business owners along 72nd Street may be without service until April 21st.

East Village »

Leslie Bright says Kwame Seku, the man claiming to be her long-lost husband, is a liar.

Manhattan Valley »

Manhattan Valley residents have been hit by a loss of internet and phone services, Verizon said.

Borough Park »

The child was taken to Lutheran Medical Center with a minor injury to his leg, police said.

East Village »

Kwame Seku said he disappeared from his East Village home in 1990 because he suffered amnesia.

Financial District »

Verizon is planning on moving 1,100 workers to a location in Downtown Brooklyn.

Gowanus »

Property Markets Group bought the Nevins Street building in December and plans to rent it out.

New York City »

Verizon customers took to Twitter to fume about service disruptions caused by downed cell towers.