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West Harlem »

Benjamin Henderson sold drugs to an undercover NYPD officer in West Harlem, police said.

Crown Heights »

The city has not yet said whether the Time Warp festival is approved to use the Bedford Avenue venue.

Crown Heights »

The Time Warp electronic music festival is set for Nov. 20 and 21 at the Bedford-Union Armory.

Clinton Hill »

A city spokeswoman said they agreed to terms with the center, which had faced closure.

Fort Greene »

Councilwoman Laurie Cumbo's office will host "NYC Civil Service 101" workshops on Aug. 18 and 19.

Clinton Hill »

A pre-K program is in jeopardy while the city negotiates rent on their Fulton Street building.

Kew Gardens »

A group trying to bring back the "Civic Virtue" statue says its new caretakers are rewriting history.

Financial District »

Tempers flared at a packed CB1 meeting to discuss the city's planned probation office at 66 John St.

Kew Gardens »

The area where the statue once stood is surrounded by a graffiti-covered fence.

New York City »

The city will sell its excess items on an eBay-style auction site starting next month.

Kew Gardens »

The "Triumph of Civic Virtue" statue has previously called "an eyesore."

Civic Center »

Dance New Amsterdam will save $4 million over the next 10 years, the studio's leader said.

Manhattan »

The city put out a request for vendors to sell up to 51,000 old-school coin-operated parking meters.