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Chelsea »

The 14-story building is located near a stalled construction site that has become a haven for rats.

Midtown East »

The eatery was closed down Monday but reopened on Wednesday.

Rossville »

Mosquito season in the city typically runs from April to September. 

Borough Park »

A disaster training exercise Thursday simulated a bombing that sent hundreds of kids to city hospitals.

Upper East Side »

Café Noi had evidence of mice inside its Second Avenue location.

Upper East Side »

Owner Kelly Jaime said the shop opened Thursday at 2 p.m. with a clean bill.

Upper East Side »

The shop didn't give access to inspectors during a May 5 visit, records show.

Murray Hill »

The eatery was slapped with 46 violation points on Tuesday, records show.

Williamsburg »

Four families aren't cooperating with the Health Department's investigation, according to a spokesman.

Yorkville »

The eatery was shut down on March 30 by a Health Department inspector.

Yorkville »

The restaurant, Tenzan 89, was given the OK to reopen on Monday, officials said.

Mariners Harbor »

A daughter's attempt to blame her mother for startling the dogs was unsuccessful.

Midtown »

Cats can be rescued again at city shelters after an outbreak of a bird flu-like disease.

Concourse »

A tenant at 750 Grand Concourse got sick, but did not die, from the rare disease leptospirosis.

Yorkville »

The rat problem is so bad the city has assigned case managers to buildings on the block.