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East Harlem »

Lawmakers Unveil Anti-Crime Plan for 125th Street and Lexington

The plan calls for increasing police presence and restricting new methadone clinics from opening.

West Village »

Prohibition-Era Law May Prevent Japanese Restaurant from Serving Soju

Hakata Tonton wants to expand into the space previously occupied by drag bar Boots & Saddle.

Concord »

Upstate New York Hates the City So Much It Wants to Secede

Pro-secession groups are gathering to consort with allies in their fight to divide the state in two.

Central Harlem »

New Law Would Rid City of Derelict Scaffolding Sheds

The proposed law would require property owners to actively work on the building if there is a shed.

Crown Heights »

Brooklyn Leaders Call for 'No' Votes on Iran Deal from Borough's Reps

Protecting Israel was a main concern for ralliers in Crown Heights on Wednesday night.

Midtown »

The Donald Trumps Competition in the Polls and in the Market

Apartments in the business magnate's 11 towers have outsold other Manhattan condos since 2005.

East Harlem »

Council Bill Will Stiffen Penalties For Sale of Synthetic Marijuana

Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito said the legislation addresses a growing problem in the city.

East Elmhurst »

City Launching $47M Clean-Up To End Rotten Egg Smell Near LaGuardia

Nearly 17 acres of stinky sludge beneath Flushing Bay will be dredged to remove odor.

Greenwich Village »

NYU Opponents Undeterred By Loss In Court

Anti-NYU activists are planning a rally with students and faculty from Cooper Union and the New School.

Financial District »

There's a Leak at World Trade Center Feared to Be in River Wall: Sources

Experts are trying to find the source of rushing water behind lower concourse walls.

Nolita »

City Moving Forward With Affordable Housing at Elizabeth Street Garden

The city applied for funding to build affordable housing on the site of the Elizabeth Street Garden.

Long Island City »

Dozens of Buildings at Queensbridge Houses to Get New Roofs, City Says

The $87 million project will replace the roofs at 26 buildings in the NYCHA development.

Upper East Side »

De Blasio Sends Son Dante Off to Yale While Wearing Mandals

New York City's first family sent Dante de Blasio off to his first year at Yale University Sunday.

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