Washington Heights »

Nonprofit Groups Say They're Being Priced Out of Ft. Washington Ave. Armory

The city-owned building is demanding higher fees from youth groups and others, they say.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Local Health Care Workers to Get Incentives to Fight Ebola in West Africa

The city and state will offer job protections to health workers, as well as pay during quarantines.

Murray Hill »

Bronx Boy Who Tested Negative For Ebola Released From Bellevue Hospital

The 5-year-old boy was diagnosed with a respiratory illness and was released from Bellevue on Thursday.

East Harlem »

Where to Cheer at the NYC Marathon This Weekend

Thousands have trained hard. Root for them at these key spots.

East Harlem »

Handling Ebola Cases Will Cost 'Many Millions,' City Says

New York will seek federal aid to pay the hefty tab of dealing with Ebola cases.

Park Slope »

Dog-Friendly Park Slope Bar Bans Pooches After City Crackdown

The Gate has allowed dogs since 1997, but a recent 311 call put a stop to the canine-friendly policy.

Kips Bay »

5-Year-Old Boy Taken Out of Isolation After Being Fully Cleared of Ebola

The 5-year-old boy is suffering from a respiratory illness, officials said.

Soundview »

5-Year-Old Bronx Boy Tests Negative For Ebola, Officials Say

The boy developed a fever after returning from Guinea on a family trip, authorities said.

Civic Center »

5-Year-Old Tested for Ebola After Flying to NYC From Guinea, Officials Say

The boy was rushed to Bellevue Hospital after returning from Guinea, sources say

TriBeCa »

4 Things To Do This Week in New York City's Neighborhoods

A new film from Jean-Luc Godard and a conversation with Herbie Hancock are coming up this week.

Hamilton Heights »

Cleanup Crews Disinfect Ebola Victim's Hamilton Heights Apartment

They plan to throw away  bed linens, towels, toiletries, food in the fridge and garbage  

Civic Center »

What You Need to Know About the Ebola Virus in NYC

Mayor de Blasio urged New Yorkers to remain calm, not change routines after the city's first Ebola case.

West Harlem »

TIMELINE: Follow New York Ebola Patient's Steps

Officials said Dr. Craig Spencer visited the High Line, a restaurant, and a Brooklyn bowling alley.

Williamsburg »

Williamsburg Locals 'Not Worried' About Ebola After Infected Doc's Visit

Neighbors were unfazed less than a day after news emerged that the patient visited a local bowling alley

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