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Bed-Stuy »

The city received a complaint about the camp in 2016, contradicting earlier statements, documents show.

Bed-Stuy »

Andre Lewis called on parents to support Camp Bed-Stuy after the city shuttered the unlicensed camp.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The Fountain House Gallery and the city plan to paint the murals on a West 34th Street bridge.

Concourse »

Three residents of the Concourse neighborhood in The Bronx were recently diagnosed with the disease.

Jamaica »

One suspect left "a wad of cash" on a sink for an inspector, officials said.

Bed-Stuy »

Researchers from the New England Journal of Medicine took samples from eight of the overdose victims.

Stuy Town »

Five Stuy Cafe closed on Saturday after inspectors found violations, including dirty clothing.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The Westway Diner on Ninth Avenue closed on Friday after the city found "evidence of mice activity."

Bed-Stuy »

Everything you need to know about the drug police say sent 33 people to the hospital on Tuesday.

Chelsea »

Councilman Corey Johnson will host a Rat Academy Tuesday to teach locals to keep pests at bay.

New Dorp »

The pit bull, who was ordered to be euthanized, was rushed to a vet Friday.

Willowbrook »

Staten Island had the biggest increase between 2014 and 2015, according to the health department.

Stuy Town »

A loophole currently allows dog owners to dirty private sidewalks without worrying about city fines.

Chelsea »

Kari Bazemore will remain in the Department of Health's custody until he's fit for trial.

Central Harlem »

A DNAinfo investigation revealed large gaps in identifying mentally ill residents prone to violence.