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Brooklyn Heights »

Pvt. Joseph C. Carbone, who served in the 2nd Marine Division, was killed in the Battle of Tarawa.

Brooklyn Heights »

The Brooklyn War Memorial has been closed for 25 years for not being ADA-compliant.

Upper East Side »

An alleged 2001 will says Alicia Clark wanted to leave them money, but a 2004 will says otherwise.

Navy Yard »

The Brooklyn Navy Yard is deeply rooted in American history.

Upper West Side »

While disturbing, the exhibit shares an important part of our history, according to the curators.

Glendale »

Wilbur Hoffman was taken in by the 104th Precinct, who brought him food and kept him company.

Hudson Heights »

Tilly Herz, who celebrated her birthday on Jan. 17, said she loves being surrounded by friends and cake.

East Village »

Jews and Brews NYC is raising money for Jewish service members in honor of Veterans Day.

Bed-Stuy »

Egbert King turned 100 on June 13. Friends and family celebrated during a block party on Saturday.

Chelsea »

The tours will teach passengers about the city's role during World War II while cruising on a yacht.

Midtown »

Alfred Eisenstaedt's generosity is at the heart of a legal fight over the rights to his early work.

Upper West Side »

Wilfred Matthews brutally and mercilessly killed 95-year-old Peter Lisi in his home, the judge said.

Bushwick »

Robert Foster is suing his neighbor for demolishing part of his staircase.

Harlem »

Harlem activist Dabney Montgomery was a member of the grounds crew for the famed African-American pilots.