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Central Harlem »

Tenants of 75 Saint Nicholas Place have been offered buyouts to end their leases early.

East Harlem »

Residents say NYCHA's taking too long to resolve the hazardous conditions.

Central Harlem »

Jacklyne Holmes has had mold removed from her Polo Grounds apartment twice, only to see it come back.

Red Hook »

Tenants spoke out against poor living conditions and long wait-times for maintenance repairs.  

Midtown »

Sarah Schottenstein said luxury developer Chetrit sold her a $1.65 million condo in awful condition.

Central Harlem »

Isaac Wheeler said Best Yet Market sold the moldy yogurt on sale instead of yanking it from the shelves.

New Dorp Beach »

Michael Grimm said Staten Islanders worry about mold spreading from neighboring homes.

Midland Beach »

A report released on Tuesday found that many homes hit by Sandy still face mold problems.

New Dorp Beach »

Neighbors complain that two abandoned homes on New Dorp Lane are in danger of collapsing.

New York City »

The photos show the extent of devastation that Sandy wreaked on city public schools.

New York City »

The mayor's plan follows criticism that the city has not done enough to target mold.

East New York »

"It's quite possible that Mayor Bloomberg does not know what mold is," Comptroller John Liu said.

Greenpoint »

Officials have told seniors to apply for small business loans to get aid to fight post-Sandy mold.

New Dorp Beach »

Congressman Michael Grimm said residents should let all wood submerged by storm water dry out.

Williamsburg, Greenpoint & Bushwick »

Hundreds of parents and kids protested at a Monday night meeting over mold in Williamsburg middle school.