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Murray Hill »

John Catsimatidis will reopen the supermarket at East 35th Street under its original brand name.

Kips Bay »

The Kips Bay Trader Joe's will open this summer, ahead of the earlier estimated opening this fall.

Fort Greene »

Plans were recently filed to build 86 Fleet Place — the fourth phase in a plan to develop Myrtle Avenue.

Morris Heights »

Sidy Fofana, 9, died when he fell from the roof of a high-rise apartment building in the Bronx.

Washington Heights »

Residents say the 162nd St. lot owned by failed mayoral candidate John Catsimatidis is a dumping ground.

New York City »

John Catsimatidis' face continues to grace Gristedes ads as he ramps up his mayoral campaign.

New York City »

Billionare John Catsimatidis launched his bid for mayor Tuesday.

New York City »

Supermarket magnate John Catsimatidis will officially launch his mayoral campaign Tuesday.

Washington Heights »

Police have arrested a gray-haired bandit they say held up a Washington Heights supermarket.  

Upper West Side & Morningside Heights »

The Gap is expected to close its store at West 86th Street and Broadway by February 2012.

Manhattan »

Just 38 percent of supermarkets inspected in Manhattan this year were deemed compliant, officials said Thursday.

Greenwich Village & SoHo »

Jefferson Market, the gourmet grocery store founded in 1929, has closed for good, according to its owner.

Midtown & Theater District »

Drunken driver Keston Brown, 28, was sentenced to up to 15 years in prison on Monday after killing a pregnant woman.

Midtown & Theater District »

The jury is set to begin deliberations in the case of a van driver who ran over a pregnant woman in Midtown.