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Upper West Side »

From education to transportation to real estate, big changes are coming to the neighborhood this year.

Inwood »

Police originally got a call saying the Nativity scene had been vandalized.

Williamsburg »

Long-time residents of two apartments are forced to sleeping on couches with relatives.

Mott Haven »

Bronx City Councilman Ritchie Torres said he will pay for the canceled tree-lighting with public funds.

Kensington »

The new shelter at 385 McDonald Ave. will open the week of Dec. 7, officials said. 

East Harlem »

De Blasio said he could have communicated better with the public on homelessness.

Upper West Side »

Locals can help those in need at institutions throughout the neighborhood this Thanksgiving.

Bed-Stuy »

A renamed and renovated building on Madison Street will providing permanent housing for 22 veterans.

Midtown »

"Shoot me, shoot me," the man told Officer Brian McAllister, who arrested him without firing a shot.

Upper West Side »

Urban Pathways is working on getting a contract with DHS to host a "safe haven" at 54 W. 105th St. 

Upper West Side »

Rafael Lebron wants a judge to compel the executors of his dead friend's estate to give him the money.

Melrose »

Cardinal Timothy Dolan said the Archdiocese has committed to providing 150 beds.

Greenwich Village »

Housing and homeless advocates and the de Blasio administration said the real problem is the state.

Starrett City »

The nation's largest federally subsidized housing complex is accused of discrimination.

Civic Center »

Despite perception that homelessness is on the rise, advocates say the mayor has done well.