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Mott Haven »

T-Mobile will provide the families with tablets, and the city will pay for the internet service.

Lower East Side »

Grand Street Settlement received new cameras and lighting to make the building safer.

Lenox Hill »

Residents of Robbins Plaza got new stoves and refrigerators.

East New York »

Ex-NYPD Officer Peter Liang and the Brooklyn DA's Office have dropped their respective appeals.

Long Island City »

The city wrapped up an $87 million project to replace all the roofs in Queensbridge Houses in Queens.

New York City »

Smoking tobacco will be outlawed in NYCHA apartments, common areas and offices under a new HUD rule. 

Upper West Side »

Teens from rival gangs arranged a fight Saturday at West 93rd Street and Columbus Avenue, police said.

Bed-Stuy »

A new building could replace a basketball court and parking lot, or a lawn area.

South Beach »

Michael Bermel, 49, was charged with grand larceny and falsifying business records, prosecutors said.

Red Hook »

Local nonprofit Red Hook Initiative surveyed more than 200 tenants of the public housing complex.

Flushing »

The ACS worker told the ex-client to go along with the plan or possibly lose her kids, a judge said.

Civic Center »

The construction apprenticeship program is expected to serve more than 100 residents of public housing. 

Upper West Side »

Art by a famous Italian sculptor on West 91st Street has been neglected, NYCHA officials said. 

Yorkville »

The city is moving forward with more NextGen community workshops, despite objection from residents.