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The boy developed a fever after returning from Guinea on a family trip, authorities said.

Tremont & East Tremont »

Classmates attacked Pape and Amadou Drame, students at I.S. 318, on Friday, their father said.

Civic Center »

The boy was rushed to Bellevue Hospital after returning from Guinea, sources say

Williamsburg »

Neighbors were unfazed less than a day after news emerged that the patient visited a local bowling alley

Hamilton Heights »

They plan to throw away  bed linens, towels, toiletries, food in the fridge and garbage  

Downtown Brooklyn »

The shift comes following a Harlem doctor being diagnosed with Ebola after returning from Guinea.

Civic Center »

Mayor de Blasio urged New Yorkers to remain calm, not change routines after the city's first Ebola case.

West Harlem »

Officials said Dr. Craig Spencer visited the High Line, a restaurant, and a Brooklyn bowling alley.

Civic Center »

DNAinfo mental health columnist Morris Cohen has tips on how to stay grounded amid the Ebola scare.

Kips Bay »

Dr. Craig Spencer, a Harlem resident, recently returned from working with Ebola patients in Guinea.

West Harlem »

Dr. Craig Spencer is being tested after recently returning from Guinea.

Civic Center »

This week's top stories include a 100-year-old math teacher and the closure of six Pie Face locations.

Midtown »

The Port Authority, MTA and other agencies are also preparing to handle an Ebola case.

Park Slope »

From a Park Slope Ebola scare to complaints of "Internet people," check out the week's popular stories.