The money will go toward building roughly 800 new units in the borough, according to his office.

The center, located at 3144 Third Ave., will provide patients with HIV care, hormone therapy and more.

Earl Simmons, 24, was found dead early Saturday, and three men were arrested trying to flee the scene.

The city's rat indexing program maps, tracks and attacks rat populations in Manhattan and The Bronx.

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