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Williamsburg »

An estimated 80 percent of the city's curbs aren't up to federal law, a new report found. 

Midtown »

Nearly 80 percent of subway stations are inaccessible for people who can't use stairs, advocates said.

Midtown South »

The former Macy's employee requested special accommodations for her high-risk pregnancy, the claim said.

Astoria »

A new report finds New York City isn't doing all it can for people with disabilities.

Lower East Side »

Several events are happening this weekend, including free movie screenings, festivals and a water fight.

East Village »

Manitoba's, located at 99 Ave. B, will likely stay open after exceeding its $25,000 fundraising goal.

East Village »

Manitoba's is trying to raise $25,000 after getting sued for not being wheelchair accessible.

Upper West Side »

Community members are working to design an inclusive and accessible play space in the neighborhood. 

East Flatbush »

Tami Hernandez-Rosenberg was given extra work and told she couldn't have her guide dog, she said.

Washington Heights »

Residents of 2360 Amsterdam Ave. said that the building is not suitable for people with disabilities.

Corona »

The $9.7 million renovation will include a new elevator and stairs with ADA-compliant guardrails.

Upper East Side »

Bonjour Crepes has been hit with a lawsuit from a woman who said the shop is not wheelchair accessible.

East Village »

Alexandra McArthur, 25, is on a mission to make the East Village more accessible to those in wheelchairs.

TriBeCa »

Marathon runner Helene Hines was yelled at by workers when she tried to buy a sandwich.

Upper East Side »

Supporters of crosswalk signals for the blind call them "a matter of basic dignity."