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Central Harlem »

Jasson Melo, 22, threatened the woman and recorded the incident on video, police said.

West Harlem »

Letters from a local advocate, the local precinct, and community board led to the removal of the booth.

Central Harlem »

Residents have told the local precinct about the problem and are trying to get the phone booth removed.

Central Harlem »

Tareek Arnold managed to knock an officer to the ground and escape, police said.

Hamilton Heights »

James Dixon was indicted for killing Nettles in Harlem nearly two years ago.

Morningside Heights »

A group that had planned to protest police brutality instead mourned the two officers who were shot.

Central Harlem »

Native, one of the pioneer Lenox Avenue restaurants of Harlem's latest renaissance, rebrands itself.

Central Harlem »

The mixed-use development will feature retail and a community group on the ground floor.

Hamilton Heights »

Residents of Dunbar Apartments oppose plans for a market at 150th Street and Macombs Place.

Central Harlem »

Business incubator Harlem Garage provide a place for entrepreneurs to network and grow their businesses.

Central Harlem »

Leon Ellis, who owns three businesses along the boulevard, remembers when the strip wasn't as popular.

Central Harlem »

Harlem's newest restaurant, 2647, will offer southern food and 12 high-definition TVs.

Central Harlem »

A nine-building portfolio entered the market near West 135th Street and Frederick Douglass Boulevard.

Central Harlem »

Tribeca Pediatrics is opening at West 114th Street, replacing a 99 cents store.

Central Harlem »

A man and a woman were hit at Frederick Douglass Boulevard and West 129th Street, officials said.