West Harlem »

City Removed Phone Booth That Attracted Crack-Smoking 'Zombies'

Letters from a local advocate, the local precinct, and community board led to the removal of the booth.

Melrose »

NYCHA has installed filters at all 109 apartments in the infected building, the agency said.

Melrose »

The city found Legionella bacteria in the water system of 681 Courtlandt Ave. in Melrose Houses.

Financial District »

The $4.3 billion 9/11 health care and compensation act is set to expire in phases starting October 2015.

Central Harlem »

The board voted against a proposed pedestrian plaza at Macombs Place and 105th Street.

Central Harlem »

Harlem Grown will take over the space and build a new garden.

Chelsea »

Pictures of their faces taped to chairs in the front of the packed room highlighted their absence. 

Melrose »

The city is installing water filters in every apartment of the building where bacteria was found.

Upper East Side »

The bacteria was found in a cooling tower at the Convent of the Sacred Heart, officials said.

Prospect-Lefferts Gardens »

Health is the focus at the new "House of Juice" location on Rogers Avenue, said co-owner Danii Oliver.

Central Harlem »

Inspectors from the Department of Health found flies inside the soul food restaurant.

Chelsea »

You can enroll for ID at 446 West 33rd St. during the first two weeks of September.

Midtown »

The station will turn into "Grand Zentral" with six free yoga classes on Sept. 29.

Greenwich Village »

Cigarettes with illegal tax stamps are sold all over the five boroughs, according to a new NYU study.

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