A new report looks at affordability based on factors such as income, employment and sales price hikes.
The NYCLU filed a complaint against the NYPD with the Human Rights Commission Thursday.
Three apartments, located in soon-to-open new developments, are holding open houses for the weekend.
Catch an all-female Shakespeare play, buy art in Washington Square or do a kayaking tour of the Hudson.
The city will inspect all its property located under elevated tracks.
Local students are learning about history and using personal connections to create an exhibit of crowns.
An East Harlem gym teacher allegedly groped two female students.
Harlem is one of the communities hardest hit by summer camp cuts, advocates say.
Nothing beats a warm summer night and a cool drink outdoors.
The bill calls for the creation of a public database showing all properties with deed restrictions.
3 trains were suspended between 96th Street and 148th Street, the MTA said.
Evelyn Lord shouted "I work for the f--king MTA" at arresting officers, prosecutors said.
Marc Henry Johnson and his cocaine dealer were arrested in connection to the deadly 2015 overdose.
Sean Robertson was nominated for the award by his students.
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