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Central Harlem »

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

Central Harlem »

State Sen. Bill Perkins asked the organizers to cancel the race that was scheduled for September.

Central Harlem »

Harlem Grown's garden on 134th St. and Lenox Ave. may be destroyed to make way for affordable housing.

East Harlem »

Politicians lauded the new service, but advocates for the disabled said more could be done to help them.

East Harlem »

State Sen. Bill Perkins and Assemblymen Robert Rodriguez said more can be done stop another explosion.

Central Harlem »

The long winter pushed back the debut of the controversial service on the M60 bus line.

Central Harlem »

Residents say they are against a plan that would allow six additional buildings up to 28 stories tall.

Upper West Side »

Stonehenge Village is facing a discrimination complaint filed by Public Advocate Letitia James.

Central Harlem »

Merchants being forced to move from 125th Street say they will be put out of business.

Central Harlem »

The businesses on 125th Street say they want to be considered more in the Urban League development plan.

Central Harlem »

National Urban League says negotiations with the retailer for its 125th Street project were unsuccessful.

Central Harlem »

National Urban League President Marc Morial came to Harlem to defend the project.

Central Harlem »

Four businesses will be forced to move as the civil rights group plans its headquarters on 125th Street.

Central Harlem »

The M60 SBS will have six stops on 125th Street, dedicated bus lane from Lenox Avenue to Second Avenue.

Upper West Side »

Noah Gotbaum said he would be a strong, independent voice in the City Council.