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Central Harlem »

The city will decline federal aid if it comes with strings attached that go against the city's values.

Vinegar Hill »

84 Kings is looking to open an LGBTQ art and event space at 50 Gold Street in Vinegar Hill.

West Village »

A new Civilian Complaint Review Board report looked at complaints against the NYPD from 2010 to 2015.

Greenwich Village »

An NYPD SUV adorned with rainbow-colored messages like "Pride, Equality, Peace" is rolling through NYC.

Battery Park City »

The installation, in honor or Pride Week, is set to be there from June 18 to 26.

Greenwich Village »

Federal and local officials will discuss the proposal next week. 

Jackson Heights »

Jared Fox is the first person to hold the position with the Department of Education.

SoHo »

Thomas Clabough attacked Daniel Lennox-Choate and Larry Lennox-Choate III in a SoHo bodega, police said.

West Village »

Activist groups are calling on the City Council to pass a bill dictating police actions in stops.

Elmhurst »

The comptroller's office published an updated listing of all of the services available citywide.

Chelsea »

The Anti-Violence Project received 361 reports of hate violence last year, compared to 594 in 2013.

Bushwick »

At least four anti-gay incidents have happened in Brooklyn over the last month, the Brooklyn DA said. 

Washington Heights »

The Red Room Lounge closed this week due to financial troubles, the owner said.

Inwood »

Indian Road Cafe will host the first of its new monthly series Thursday night.