Central Harlem »

How Soccer Restored the NYPD's Relationship With Harlem's African Community

The commanding officer set up a series of soccer games with Harlem's African immigrant community.

Times Square & Theater District »

INTERACTIVE: The Knicks Are More Popular Than The Yankees in New York City

DNAinfo New York combed Facebook to determine the most popular local sports team in each neighborhood.

Corona »

Watch the Harlem Globetrotters Surprise 7 Train Riders

The team boarded the 7 train for a ride from Queens to Manhattan, surprising riders along the way.

Battery Park City »

Longtime Downtown Marina Operator May Lose Control to Bigger Company

Battery Park City's North Cove Marina may get a new operator for an upcoming 10-year contract. 

New Brighton »

16-Year-Old Football Player Died of Heart Condition, Autopsy Found

The Medical Examiner ruled the cause of death for Miles Kirkland was hypertrophic cardiomyopathy.

Jamaica »

Queens Library Boss Expensed Mets Memorabilia, Maroon 5 Tickets: Audit

Thomas Galante used library funds for Maroon 5 concert tickets and Mets great Mookie Wilson's autograph.

Midtown »

Christine Quinn to Help Honor Openly Gay Athletes at Awards Dinner

Athlete Ally, where Quinn is a board member, will honor Jason Collins and Martina Navratilova.

Midland Beach »

NBA Repairs Hurricane Sandy-Damaged Basketball Court in Midland Beach

The NBA kicked off the runup to its 2015 All-Star game by unveiling the refurbished courts.

Concourse »

Middling Yankees Season Has Local Business Owners Looking for Relief

The team's struggling performance this year is hurting businesses around the stadium, owners say.

Gowanus »

Private Kids Tennis Club Joins Growing List of Gowanus Sports Venues

Court 16, a private tennis club for kids, is just one of many Gowanus spots for sports.

New Brighton »

16-Year-Old Football Player Dies After Collapsing During Practice

Miles Kirkland, 16, died after he collapsed during a football practice at Curtis High School.

Flushing »

4 Things for You to Do This Week in New York City's Neighborhoods

From kickstarting your creativity to the art of dueling, DNAinfo has the best ways to spend the week.

Prospect Park South »

What Happened in New York This Week: 9 Stories You Need to Read

A controversy over a local Redskins team and the death of a homeless man's dog made news in New York.

Park Slope »

Youth Football 'Redskins' Team Changes Name After Parents Complain

A couple of outraged Brooklyn parents argued that the Redskins name was racist.

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