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Washington Heights »

Community Board 12 launched a series of petitions to help save the Fort Washington Ave. supermarket.

Bushwick »

Rafael Fuchs suspended the list after neighbors grew angry about who would be included.

Crown Heights »

Gardeners at the Roger That Garden have been fighting the eviction since June, advocates said.

Murray Hill »

The city marshal was going serve the man eviction papers, officials said.

Civic Center »

Mayor Bill de Blasio said the plan aims to "stop homelessness before it starts."

Bed-Stuy »

The cat that had been locked in a shuttered Tompkins Avenue store for more than a month has a new owner.

Bed-Stuy »

The back room of Jimmy's Candy Store was crawling with roaches and littered with cat food cans.

Bed-Stuy »

Community members gathered at Jimmy's Candy Store on Friday, saying the owner was unfairly evicted.

Bed-Stuy »

Jimmy's Candy Store was shuttered in May with Sheshe the cat stuck inside, owners and court papers say.

Washington Heights »

The faux sale was part of a campaign to draw attention to local businesses that were recently evicted.

Hamilton Heights »

Nasry Michelen Day Care Center received funding from the City Council last week.

Morrisania »

A recent Health Department inspection found unsanitary conditions in the church's food pantry. 

East Village »

The East Village diner disputes the landlord's claim that it siphoned gas.

East Village »

The restaurant has been in business for 35 years.

Morrisania »

The Word of Life church's landlord tried to break in on Good Friday, a reverend said.