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Fort Greene »

The Ingersoll Senior Residences will offer services specifically for the LGBT community.

West Harlem »

The Food Bank For New York gives back to its senior fathers. 

Bed-Stuy »

Community organizers are looking to expand the program in Bedford-Stuyvesant.

Inwood »

Dozens of seniors performed at the Allen Hospital's third-annual talent show Monday. 

Bed-Stuy »

Local organizations will offer resources to combat poverty and food insecurity in the elderly on Feb. 23

Midtown »

The NYPD hopes to reduce pedestrian injuries and fatalities during the lead up to Christmas. 

Park Slope »

Good Neighbors of Park Slope has 250 members and hosts activities such as Scrabble and book clubs.

Upper West Side »

Myron Gold has made it his mission to make sure longtime AIDS and HIV survivors aren't forgotten.

Kips Bay »

Genevieve Cervera, 76, died on Sept. 11 after serving the board.

Greenwich Village »

Greenwich House was told last year that their senior center had to leave Our Lady of Pompeii Church.

Chelsea »

Community organization Hudson Guild teamed up with The Moth for a six-week storytelling workshop.

Chelsea »

On hot days, the Hudson Guild center at 119 Ninth Ave. is open and air-conditioned until 8 p.m.

Fort Greene »

The city is looking for developers to build on the grassy area at Myrtle Avenue and St. Edwards Street.

Clinton Hill »

The Key Food at 325 Lafayette Ave. will shutter on July 11.

Clinton Hill »

State Sen. Velmanette Montgomery said, "white people don't eat the way we do," about the closing.