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Upper West Side »

Lincoln Towers residents on Saturday protested a new plan by the city to change school zoning lines.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Elected officials asked the Port Authority to end its contest seeking designs for a new bus terminal.

West Village »

A letter spearheaded by state Sen. Brad Hoylman asks the landlords to save the bookstore's future.

Chelsea »

Some have proposed turning 14th Street into a corridor for buses and bikes during the L train shutdown.

Gramercy »

A host of city, state and congressional reps implored Beth Israel to clarify rumors it might close.

Greenwich Village »

Village legislators want to require businesses to provide data on how they pay women and minorities.

Chelsea »

A rent hike could shutter the Associated Supermarket at 255 W. 14th St. by the end of May.

West Village »

Funding dried up for LGBT organizations after marriage equality was won, community activists say.

East Village »

Officials asked the SLA and SantaCon to adopt measures to mitigate the effects of the annual event.

West Village »

Officials unveiled a redesigned corner, but have no plan for a requested overhaul of Seventh Ave. South.

Greenwich Village »

Trans activists and allies marched and rallied on Monday night to raise awareness.

Greenwich Village »

The liquor license application for historic bar Chumley's was a major point of contention.

East Village »

The workshop will focus on the city's SCRIE and DRIE programs.

Greenwich Village »

A DNAinfo article complicated an already contentious affordable housing fight.

Washington Heights »

Four New York State senators expressed their support for a New Jersey lawmaker's bill.