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Here Are the Streets That Will Close During Pope Francis' New York Visit
Here Are the Streets That Will Close During Pope Francis' New York Visit

Police will close some streets and the MTA will run extra Metro North trains during the Pope's visit. Read More...

Doubled Rent Forces Hamilton Heights Dry Cleaner to Close After 30 Years
Doubled Rent Forces Hamilton Heights Dry Cleaner to Close After 30 Years

Rising rents and declining business led to the closure, according to the owner. Read More...

Ray's Candy Store at Center of Upcoming Photo Show
Ray's Candy Store at Center of Upcoming Photo Show

Photographer Whitney Browne took photos while working at the Avenue A shop. Read More...

Longtime Trinity Boxing Club Shuttering in Face of Rent Hike
Longtime Trinity Boxing Club Shuttering in Face of Rent Hike

The popular boxing gym is closing at the end of the month. Read More...

U.S. Taxpayers Foot $1.5 Million Bill to Build Luxury Condo Made of Wood
U.S. Taxpayers Foot $1.5 Million Bill to Build Luxury Condo Made of Wood

The U.S. Department of Agriculture and the Softwood Lumber Board are backing the project on W. 18th St. Read More...

Chef Tries Again to Get OK for Liquor License From Stubborn Board
Chef Tries Again to Get OK for Liquor License From Stubborn Board

Vincent Chirico agreed to a wine and beer license, not full liquor, but neighbors still fought him. Read More...

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VIDEO: Why Did This Teen Run Across the Subway Tracks?

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