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East Williamsburg »

The company hopes to gain ground against it retail rival Amazon, which has also eyed space in the city.

South Jamaica »

A young man was walking home when a masked man with a gun hit him and threw him in a van, police said.

Greenwich Village »

Stop scaring your cats with cucumbers, people.

East New York »

Community groups want to ensure new retailers hire locally and offer job training and benefits.

West Harlem »

The sum was agreed after a Wal-Mart truck crashed into a van the man was riding in.

Financial District »

The mega-retailer, which has come under fire for its working conditions, is selling the posters online.

East New York »

The mega-retailer said it's not opening a store at the Gateway II mall in East New York.

Harlem »

The report on a potential Walmart in Harlem was released by Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer.

Harlem »

Harlem United Against Walmart says the mammoth retailer would destroy small businesses and take advantage of workers.

Harlem »

Yankees star Mark Teixeira was instrumental in securing the $125,000 donation for the Harlem RBI youth development organization, part of which will fund summer jobs for teens.

Manhattan »

Walmart has given nearly $1.1 million for city initiatives, but critics say the company isn't honest about it's business practices.

East Village & Lower East Side »

The Walmart Free NYC coalition cautioned Community Board 3 to be on the lookout for the massive retail chain.

East Village & Lower East Side »

Community Board 3 will discuss Walmart's advances on New York City at a meeting Tuesday.

Manhattan »

A Quinnipiac University poll shows that the majority of NYC voters would shop at Walmart if it was convenient.

Chelsea & Hell's Kitchen »

Far West Side women say something like a Walmart may be exactly what their neighborhood needs.