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Gramercy »

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

Midtown East »

The list is intended to safeguard historic buildings as officials look at how to redevelop Midtown East.

Upper West Side »

Elected officials and political clubs are urging voters to double-check their polling locations. 

Yorkville »

A candlelight vigil was held for Jodi McGrath who died after being struck by a dump truck last week.

Chelsea »

An impending rent increase could shutter the Associated Supermarket at 255 W. 14th St. in May.

West Village »

The 75 Morton Community Alliance requested $1 million from Corey Johnson and Gale Brewer.

Upper West Side »

Parkour involves acrobatic vaulting, swinging, jumping, leaping and rolling between objects.

Central Harlem »

Community Board 10 received more applications than last year's leader, Community Board 7.

Upper West Side »

De Blasio spoke in front of a crowd of hundreds at the Lincoln Square Neighborhood Association.

Central Harlem »

The center will serve as an interim location until a larger development is completed.

Sutton Place »

The plan calls for a height cap of 260 feet and mandatory affordable housing in any new project.

Washington Heights »

A Walgreens is set to take over the 592 Fort Washington Ave. space, the franchise owner said.

Upper East Side »

Politicians are demanding something be done about disruptive after-hours construction.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The planned 20 percent increase could raise some tenants' rents by more than $300 per month.

Battery Park City »

More than 150 people signed up to speak at the city's biggest hearing on the mayor's rezoning plans.