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Upper East Side »

Pizza Boss on Second Avenue was cited with 53 violation points, according to the health department.

Wakefield »

Bronxite Tamika Jones said she took a video of the two creatures on Thursday night.

Midtown »

Chains across the city will be forced to add salt-warning icons next to sodium-filled menu items.

Sunset Park »

Turning Point Brooklyn provides supportive housing and has been criticized by the Health Department.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Basera Indian Bistro at 745 Ninth Ave. was briefly shuttered by the Health Department this week. 

Jamaica »

Adults in the area also consume more sugary drinks than residents citywide, according to the report.

Inwood »

The popular burger joint was closed for operating without a food-service permit.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

McQuaids on Eleventh Ave. and Vintner Cafe on Ninth Ave. were briefly closed last week. 

Morris Park »

The city sampled 35 cooling towers over the weekend, and 15 came back with positive results.

Morris Park »

The current cluster was first discovered on Sept. 21 in The Bronx, according to the Health Department.

Upper West Side »

Residents sounded off on the pesticide spraying done to combat West Nile Virus.

Midtown »

After failing 2 consecutive inspections, Fuji Sushi was allowed to reopen on Sept. 11.

Melrose »

A total of four Melrose Houses buildings were found to be infected with the bacteria.

Melrose »

The city found Legionella bacteria in the water system of 681 Courtlandt Ave. in Melrose Houses.

Melrose »

The city is installing water filters in every apartment of the building where bacteria was found.