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Williamsburg »

The Rabsky Group built three buildings that are not accessible to people in wheelchairs, the suit says.

Bed-Stuy »

Residents of Bridge Street Church Senior Housing haven't had an elevator for two weeks.

Bushwick »

The MTA plans to upgrade the city's Access-a-Ride program.

Bushwick »

"Look what the MTA is doing. They're ignoring us," said one disabled rider.

Randall's Island »

The two thieves got away with more than $300 and three packs of cigarettes, police said.

Williamsburg »

Two buses that ran into Manhattan from Brooklyn were stripped down and eliminated in 2011.

Inwood »

Katherine Ureña won the New York Miss Amazing pageant and hopes to compete in the national event in L.A.

Inwood »

Adam Payne has a neuromuscular condition that requires him to use leg braces or a wheelchair.

Central Harlem »

Select Bus Service on the M60 LaGuardia Airport bus is slated to begin May 25.

East Harlem »

The Health and Hospitals Corporation moved 228 patients from the Goldwater campus on Roosevelt Island.

Chelsea »

Cafe Grumpy and Le Zie make Stroker's list of top spots to spend time in the trendy hood.

Upper East Side »

Supporters of crosswalk signals for the blind call them "a matter of basic dignity."

West Village »

The action star grew up in the West Village artists' complex on Bethune Street.

Kensington »

Advocates for the disabled say clients lost vital equipment and handicap-accessible homes.

Coney Island »

One Ocean Towers elevator was restored, but some elderly and disabled are still trapped in their homes.