Leslie Bright said that the man claiming to be her husband who vanished 20 years ago is a fraud.
Mary Bright says Kwame Seku, a California amnesiac claiming to be her long-lost son, is the real deal.
Residents and business owners along 72nd Street may be without service until April 21st.
Leslie Bright says Kwame Seku, the man claiming to be her long-lost husband, is a liar.
Manhattan Valley residents have been hit by a loss of internet and phone services, Verizon said.
The child was taken to Lutheran Medical Center with a minor injury to his leg, police said.
Kwame Seku said he disappeared from his East Village home in 1990 because he suffered amnesia.
Verizon is planning on moving 1,100 workers to a location in Downtown Brooklyn.
Property Markets Group bought the Nevins Street building in December and plans to rent it out.
Verizon customers took to Twitter to fume about service disruptions caused by downed cell towers.
Verizon, Time Warner Cable and others reported outages.
Free smartphone registration is available at Apple and service provider stores across the city.
Brooklyn women start their own businesses with a special grant for survivors of domestic violence.
Hundreds of Upper West Side Verizon customers say their phone lines have been dead since April 12.
Residents envision a payphone of the future with touch screens, power outlets or voice activation.
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