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Dust samples from 102 Norfolk St. found lead concentration "above EPA level guidelines."

East Village »

Police and the Manhattan DA's office have begun arresting and prosecuting bodega workers selling K2.

East Village »

Yaffa Cafe ran its backyard eating area for 31 years, but the city only ruled it illegal last month.

East Village »

The East Village restaurant announced its closure on Twitter Wednesday night.

Lower East Side »

The Chinatown restaurant, praised by outlets like the New York Times, was shut down on Sept. 19.

East Village »

Nino's Pizza on the corner of Avenue A and St. Mark's Place failed its inspection Monday, records show.

Ocean Breeze »

Staten Island University Hospital will offer free training and distribution of Narcan on Sept. 9.

Lower East Side »

Chef Danny Bowien and his business partners sued the landlord of their shuttered eatery on Orchard St.

East Village »

Inspectors cited S'MAC's East 12th Street location for violations including evidence of mice.

Midtown »

A horse named Pumpkin crashed into a cab carrying Mets outfielder Matt den Dekker, reports said.

Astoria »

The BBQ joint's owner said he's frustrated with the city's health inspection and letter-grading system.

Inwood »

International Food House was shut down on Nov. 12 after racking up violations for rats and roaches.

Central Harlem »

The cuts will most affect low-income people of color in neighborhoods across the city, they say.

Crown Heights »

Longtime licensed food vendors are feeling the effects of more DOH personnel on up-and-coming blocks.

East Village »

Atlas Cafe on Second Avenue was shut down after inspectors found live roaches, documents show.