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Midtown East »

Police were looking for three men that vandalized the Sutton Place Synagogue, they said.

Long Island City »

A handful of artists are suing 5Pointz's landlord for painting over their work. 

Astoria »

Yaakov Shemesh, 53, pleaded guilty to third-degree criminal mischief, according to the Queens DA.

Fieldston »

The trio painted the word on the home near West 246 Street and Waldo Avenue Sunday night, police said.

Astoria »

The vandalism follows a debate over whether the city should remove statues of controversial figures.

Chelsea »

The 34-year-old was on her way home when the man approached her and asked for her name, police said.

Upper East Side »

Robert Dyer tagged his initials nearly 80 times around the neighborhood since 2015, officials said.

East New York »

A Citi Bike spotted in East New York ditched its corporate ties for a new lease on life.

Upper East Side »

The graffiti had been removed as of Wednesday morning, the MTA said. 

Long Island City »

The two buildings will open in late 2018 on Jackson Avenue and Davis Street, the owner says.

Crown Heights »

The NYPD Hate Crime Task Force has been notified about the messages spray painted on Bergen Street.

Astoria »

The man has written the words "Obama f----t" and other slurs on a number of buildings since December.

Astoria »

The messages were similar to graffiti written on a lawmaker's office building three times in March.

Long Island City »

5Pointz artists got a judge's approval to continue their court case against the property developer.

Astoria »

31-19 Newtown Ave. houses the offices of Sen. Michael Gianaris and Rep. Aravella Simotas .