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Central Harlem »

CB 9 is calling for more information about how a potential merger with Mt. Sinai will affect services.

Greenpoint »

The survey by the Brooklyn Hospital Center showed Greenpoint faces significant asthma problems.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

MTA air quality study says the Second Avenue subway construction is safe, but residents say they're ill.

Washington Heights & Inwood »

A 52-year-old man died of an apparent asthma attack after police arrested him for attempted robbery.

Downtown »

Stuyvesant High School reopened less than a month after 9/11, putting students just blocks from the smoking pile of rubble at Ground Zero.

Downtown »

More than 70,000 people will be surveyed for a third time about their depression, anxiety and history of traumatic stress before and after 9/11 by the World Trade Center Health Registry.

Manhattan »

The state Department of Environmental Conservation issued the air quality alert through 1 a.m. Monday.

Harlem »

With the country's highest child asthma rates, Harlem schools should be the first to stop using dirty oil, CB 10 said.

Midtown & Theater District »

Bill Clinton said he loved the pedestrian plaza in Times Square, which the city says has made the air cleaner.

Manhattan »

Upper East Siders fight Parks Dept. plans to relocate a tree from the path of the Second Avenue Subway to the Bronx.

Manhattan »

EMT Jason Green was fighting three other men near a SoHo nightclub when he was shot, according to reports.