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Corona »

Sen. Peralta argued with a seller known for flouting the rules, Street Vendor Project officials said.

Melrose »

Souleymane Porgo was beaten after he stopped a man from stealing a purse, police said.

Forest Hills »

Councilwoman Karen Koslowitz introduced her new legislation in the City Council Wednesday.

Chelsea »

City street fairs have been called tedious and boring. One man is trying to change that.

Times Square & Theater District »

Several costumed characters say police officers harass characters and prevent them from earning money.

Upper East Side »

We asked if fruit cart vendors should be limited in how close they can be to brick-and-mortar stores.

Upper East Side »

Some stores have resorted to laying off workers to make up for lost income, Gristedes' owner said.

SoHo »

A report by the SoHo Broadway Initiative found widespread violations.

Midtown »

About 100 vendors have been made to move from normal spots betwen 34th and 47th for Super Bowl Boulevard.

Upper East Side »

Other quality-of-life controls suggested at a recent meeting include a new ticketing department.

New York City »

Street vendors have been pressuring Quinn to reduce punitive vendor fines.

SoHo »

A city panel has not reviewed the number of SoHo vendors in 12 years, CB2 says.

Downtown »

Zuccotti Park vendors whose business dropped because of Occupy Wall Street are now getting some help from a new website.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

Limiting the number of street vendors per block or requiring design guidelines for carts and trucks are among ideas being floated by CB 8 in tackling the growing number of street vendors.

Upper West Side & Morningside Heights »

City Councilwoman Gale Brewer says no one is keeping track of the growing number of food trucks, and GPS could help.