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Inwood »

Ydanis Rodriguez is pushing a bill to allow officials to monitor vacant units to increase housing.

Midtown »

The 72nd Annual Columbus Day Parade drew thousands of marchers and nearly a million spectators. 

Inwood »

Eight landlords own the 12 properties in the Bronx, Manhattan and Queens.

Clinton Hill »

More than 90 people signed up to speak at CB 2's transportation committee meeting Tuesday.

Washington Heights »

Fire officials gave away more than 60 new coats Thursday to kids from P.S. 115.

Central Harlem »

People who live in mismanaged co-ops reported their own buildings to the city. 

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Mark Tress's building, the historic Windermere, at 400 W. 57th St. has been empty since 2009.

Tompkinsville »

Letitia James filed a motion to expedite the review of the case last week and the court agreed Monday.

Inwood »

Parents from across the city spoke out against co-locations at a protest outside of Tweed Courthouse.

Cobble Hill »

The state will fund $89M in two years for SUNY's plan, which includes finding another operator for LICH.

East Harlem »

Elected officials are pushing for the passage of the Community Safety Act, which would reform the policy.

Fort Greene »

Rising poverty has the Brooklyn organization, Little Essentials, holding a party fundraiser on Dec. 10.

Crown Heights »

The city is seeking proposals for 50,000 square feet of space in the Bedford-Atlantic Armory