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Chinatown »

Yep Tour, Inc. has sued the city for discrimination, saying it is being targeted for serving minorities.

Grymes Hill »

Comptroller Scott Stringer found 12 mixed-use buildings were misclassified on tax records.

Dongan Hills »

Ricky Dennis is suspected in the execution of Michael Genovese and Carl Clark, officials said.

Sunnyside »

After wrongful terminations from the city's rent freeze program, 12,000 New Yorkers could see relief.

Financial District »

The southern fried chicken chain has begun proceedings to open a branch at 144 Fulton St. 

Jackson Heights »

Tom Leverich says he's been trying to get his name removed from city records for years. 

Corona »

The 90-day program will help business pay off their original fines without interest or late fees.

Travis »

A report found no bias from the city in setting property tax rates for Staten Island.

South Jamaica »

An analysis found that the greatest number of houses of worship per 1000 residents was in Queens.

Midtown »

Trump Tower illegally removed a public bench to build a kiosk selling campaign hats, the DOB said.

Corona »

The 90-day amnesty program will help business owners and property owners waive additional fees. 

Bed-Stuy »

Property owners on the list are at risk of having their liens sold, which could result in foreclosure.

Upper East Side »

Seven of New York's most-ticketed neighborhoods are in Manhattan, a new study has found.

Kew Gardens »

The house, at 84-62 Beverly Road, was sold last month for $990,000.

Melrose »

The borough also gets the lowest amount of loans per 1,000 businesses, the Department of Finance found.