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East Harlem »

A Harlem non-profit is criticizing Speaker Mark-Viverito for not supporting an asthma protection bill.

East Village »

Montauk Salt Cave will open a location on East 10th Street next month.

Kingsbridge Heights »

Olivia and Michael Gee, 2 and 3 respectively, were both found dead Monday morning, police said.

Red Hook »

Red Hook Initiative will be hosting a community forum on mold infestations on March 10. 

East Harlem »

Residents say NYCHA's taking too long to resolve the hazardous conditions.

Upper West Side »

Buildings burning the dirtiest heating oil, No. 6, are now doing so illegally, the city says.

Midtown »

People with illnesses like asthma were advised to stay in air conditioned places Monday. 

Melrose »

People with asthma and compromised immune systems are more susceptible to the legionella bacteria.

Park Slope »

The cold and wet winter is to blame for the spring's allergy onslaught.

Midtown »

The new law would require the DOH to open cooling centers when air quailty reaches dangerous levels.

Upper West Side »

There are more than 600 buildings still using No. 6 heating oil beyond the city's deadline. 

Mott Haven »

Protesters chanted slogans like "Children's health over corporate wealth!" and "Whose land? Our land!"

Upper East Side »

The UES has higher concentrations of many pollutants than neighborhoods known for bad air.

Red Hook »

Tenants spoke out against poor living conditions and long wait-times for maintenance repairs.  

Chelsea »

The mayor said his PlaNYC program has gotten thousands of buildings to burn cleaner heating oil.