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Mott Haven »

The city's Independent Budget Office has released an analysis of federal inspections of NYCHA projects.

Vinegar Hill »

The documentary was released last month by social services group Brooklyn Community Services.

East New York »

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

Grasmere »

Ben Carson has no government experience and has criticized programs that act as a safety net.

Fort Greene »

Principal Kyesha Jackson has helped boost attendance at PS 67 to an average of 92 percent this year.

Claremont Village »

Maintenance worker Rene Rivera inspected a Butler Houses apartment before two young sisters were killed.

Yorkville »

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

East Williamsburg »

A dummy found hanging from a tree is being investigated by the hate crimes task force, police said. 

Claremont »

Residents of Morris Houses say that NYCHA still has not fixed the issues with their apartments.

East Harlem »

The men were trapped on the side of the building for about 20 minutes, according to witnesses.

Downtown Brooklyn »

Ken Thompson's request for no prison time for Peter Liang is "unacceptable," Hertencia Petersen said.

Midtown »

The number of NYCHA buildings with structural damage more than tripled from 2008 to 2014, a report says.

Midtown »

It is illegal for convicted sex offenders to live in public housing, officials said.

Midtown »

The NYPD is creating an interactive database to share information about crime in public housing.

Concourse »

Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr. described the plan as "an outrage."