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Washington Heights »

The ARC XVI Senior Center did not receive a lease renewal agreement, officials said. 

Midtown »

Two mothers whose infant sons died in day care hoped to ask Trump to support paid maternity leave.

Pleasant Plains »

Michael Fleming said his family won't visit their father's grave until an uncle's remains are moved.

Park Slope »

Local leaders say they want "meaningful, transparent dialogue" with the MTA before a decision is made.

Carroll Gardens »

Congresswoman Nydia Velazquez is calling on the MTA to hold town hall meetings on the proposal.

Carroll Gardens »

A new petition launched Wednesday pushes back against the proposed express service on the F line. 

Midtown »

A Change.org petition aims for 1,500 signatures to get the city to rename a Midtown corner for him.

Fort Wadsworth »

A campaign started to add an extra "Z" to the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge's name.

Crown Heights »

In the year-long effort, Crown Heights artist Rusty Zimmerman has painted more than 175 area residents.

Fort Greene »

The 30-year-old was killed last December after a driver jumped a curb in Fort Greene, police said.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The Helena building at 601 W. 57th St. no longer allows residents to walk their dogs through the lobby.

Inwood »

Troop 3205 wants to add a red blinking light and rumble strips at Seaman Avenue and 218th Street.

Chelsea »

A rent hike could shutter the Associated Supermarket at 255 W. 14th St. by the end of May.

Concourse »

Ophadell Williams has gone to court, asking a judge to overturn the state's revocation of his license.

Prospect Heights »

Workers are gutting the former Green Point Savings Bank on Washington Avenue to make way for condos.