Harlem Nights, a watering hole set to open by the summer, is the pet project of Claud Fatu.
Burbank Avenue was renamed "Staff Sgt. Michael Ollis Way."
The corner of Audubon Avenue and 177th Street now bears the name of Jose Enrique Ulloa.
Active military members and recent vets have not been receiving the same benefits as other veterans.
Words After War, which holds writing workshops in Bushwick, is holding its first public event Saturday.
Veterans of all wars are supposed to get tax breaks on their homes, but many can't get a straight answer.
Wilfred Matthews brutally and mercilessly killed 95-year-old Peter Lisi in his home, the judge said.
The intersection of Metropolitan and Ascan avenues will be named the 'Thomas X. Winberry Way.'
The city removed a sculpture that Army Veteran Giovanni Gelardi said he erected for deceased military.
Robert Foster is suing his neighbor for demolishing part of his staircase.
After a week in the hospital, a man suspected of shooting a cop was arraigned Tuesday morning.
One man was arrested and another left bloodied by the dispute between the Halal and hot dog carts.
Air Force Veteran Fabian Gonzalez, 21, was shot and killed early Saturday morning in East Tremont.
Sgt. Nicholas Aleman's family and friends honored him at Manhattan Avenue on Monday.
"Gonna See a Movie Called Gunga Din" combines veterans' stories with scenes from war films.
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