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Residents say they plan to fight the New York School of Urban Ministry to stay in their homes.

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The event will take place Wednesday and will include self-defense and de-escalation training.

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The email condemned the lawmaker's "homosexual lifestyle" and called him a "f---ing traitor."

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The march will "remind Trump that he may have been raised in Queens, but he does not share our values."

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The 4,000-pound bronze work was installed over the weekend at the corner of Jackson and 43rd avenues.

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The new program will be housed on the first two floors of an office building at 27-35 Jackson Ave.

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The group will hold its first public meeting on Thursday at MoMA PS1.

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The opening of the new ferry dock is part of the mayor's 2017 citywide ferry service launch.

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Councilman Jimmy Van Bramer said neither he or other community leaders were notified of the use.

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The event was organized after a transgender woman was assaulted with a hammer in the area last week.

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The developer was slammed for using non-union labor to build towers at the former graffiti showplace.

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The park on Broadway and 65th Street will get its first renovation in 20 years, officials said Monday. 

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The branch is so popular with local families that many of its programs require reservations.

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Future budgets will start with an automatic $43 million for the city's library systems, officials said.