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Downtown Brooklyn »

About 1,000 businesses owned by Yemeni immigrants will shut down between 12 and 8 p.m., organizers said.

Astoria »

The suspects in the two incidents hopped the counter and stole money from the cash registers.

Upper East Side »

Some stores have resorted to laying off workers to make up for lost income, Gristedes' owner said.

East Harlem »

The city recognized 21 bodegas around the neighborhood as "Shop Healthy" stores.

Morrisania »

Montefiore hopes to encourage a group of neighborhood bodegas to start selling healthier food options.

Civic Center »

More homeless people have been taking the drug in the city, according to officials. 

Boerum Hill »

Thanks to its patrons, Jesse's Deli isn't going down without a grass-fed, locally-sourced fight.

West Harlem »

There will be four "Killa Crunch" cereal boxes hidden in bodegas each day from Friday until Sunday.

East Harlem »

The FRESH Food Retail Summit, held Friday at Hunter College, connects nonprofits with businesses.

Williamsburg »

Why restaurants and bars are stocking the imported fizzy stuff that hipsters, and others, crave.

Greenwich Village & SoHo »

Three thieves filmed the Saturday morning deli robbery, during which they stole an employee's cellphone.

Harlem »

Bodega owners in Central Harlem are being sought to install the units to carry more healthy food.

Harlem »

Scott Stringer is expected to announce plans to have Veggie Vans visit senior centers and housing projects in East Harlem.