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College Point »

After the death of a bather and the shutdown of another spa location, an official wants more oversight.

Midtown »

The spa was operating without a permit or an approved safety plan, the department said. 

Financial District »

Alexander and Emma were most popular in Manhattan, while David and Esther topped the list in Brooklyn.

Inwood »

The Health Department recorded 64 violation points during a Monday inspection.

Inwood »

"I once thought I had lost anyone who came into this store because of the closures," Tonnie Rozier said.

Civic Center »

Health Dept. worker Ronald Dillon was docked days for fielding customer service calls in a robot voice.

West Harlem »

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

Kips Bay »

Many of the abused and neglected children were returned to the ACS-run center in handcuffs by the NYPD.

Upper East Side »

The UES has higher concentrations of many pollutants than neighborhoods known for bad air.

Chelsea »

Health inspectors closed the Seventh Avenue bar after finding evidence of mice and other violations.

Astoria »

The eatery's owner had his permits suspended for 20 days for blocking a Health Department inspector.

Flatiron »

Cafe CNN closed suddenly after it was sued by its former landlord and filed for bankruptcy.

Chinatown »

Lee Yuk Fun, 60, has had three surgeries after getting a skin infection from a Chinatown fish market.

Chinatown »

Some 66 people have been infected or are suspected of having the rare skin infection.

Flatiron »

Mozzarelli's was closed when the DOH found evidence of mice, and fish kept at unsafe temperatures.