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Boerum Hill »

Regular Visitors, at Smith and Bergen streets, opened mid-November.

Jackson Heights »

The bill from Councilman Dromm and State Sen. Peralta follows the installation of a controversial kiosk.

Jackson Heights »

The newsstand's metal grate has already been vandalized by opponents since its installation last week.

Times Square & Theater District »

The 62-year-old was robbed and beaten by five young men on Jan. 22, police said.

Upper West Side »

The Parks Department-run stand is located just yards from another newsstand at the subway station.

Financial District »

Three students were arrested for beating a 67-year-old newsstand vendor, who slashed one of the teens.

Greenwich Village »

The worker grabbed the woman after selling her candy at the 8th Street N/R station, police said.

East Village »

Jerry Delakas reopened his Astor Place newsstand Tuesday after winning a license from the city.

East Village »

Jerry Delakas can begin selling papers at his Astor Place newsstand after he starts paying a $9,000 fine.

Upper West Side »

An UWS resident brought a man to his apartment and discovered he made off with $600 and a laptop.

Financial District »

An armed robber stole $1,500 from a Fulton Street newsstand last week, police said.

East Village & Lower East Side »

Newsstand owner Marilyn Louie is battling the city to keep her longtime newsstand on the Bowery.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

A newsstand that residents had been fighting, planned for East 86th Street near Madison Avenue, was nixed by the city because it would have been too close to a standpipe.

Midtown & Theater District »

Injuries have been piling up beside a stalled construction site at one of Midtown's busiest intersections.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

Fearing bright ads and congestion, they battle to block new kiosk on East 86th Street