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Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

A city judge said the Hell's Kitchen eatery must pay $10,000 to the customer and a $10,000 fine.

Bed-Stuy »

Julissa Marquez, 35, has regained about 30 percent of her vision after losing sight in both eyes.

Financial District »

Michael Hingson, a plaintiff in a suit settled by Uber, survived 9/11 with help from his guide dog.

Chelsea »

Alexandra Hobbs is fundraising for stem cell therapy she hopes can restore her sight.

Chelsea »

Residents at Selis Manor will get overhauled apartments and a host of other improvements. 

Morningside Heights »

The funds will help Cecil Williams and his dog Orlando stay together.

Gramercy »

Xavier Society for the Blind has cut its staff and is selling its East 23rd Street property.

Upper East Side »

A CB 8 committee's decision comes after disability rights activists fought opposition to the plan.

Upper East Side »

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

Greenwich Village »

Israel's blind-deaf acting troupe Nalaga'at Theater will perform in the Village in January.

Bergen Beach »

The attack left student Kardin Ulysse, 14, blind in one eye, prompting the lawsuit.  

Forest Hills »

Latisha Richardson, 39, was nabbed for robbing the woman at 75th Avenue in Forest Hills, police said.

Manhattan »

The new system will give the visually impaired access to audio payment prompts.

Murray Hill, Gramercy & Midtown East »

Visually impaired pedestrians say the city's new plazas and bike lanes are a nightmare to navigate.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

Blind volunteers helped wrap gifts at an Upper East Side Barnes & Noble Thursday.