LGBT Group Eyes Purchase Of Anti-Gay Church Building In HarlemThe Atlah Church in Harlem is known for its anti-gay messages. Now a group that helps homeless LGBT youth wants to buy the church's building.
Man Slashed In Subway System, 4th Such Incident Over Past WeekA 27-year-old man was rushed to the hospital after getting slashed in the face Sunday morning inside the station at 110th Street and Lenox Avenue.
Harlem Man's Death Ruled Homicide Stemming From 1968 StabbingA Harlem man’s death has been ruled a homicide, some 47 years after he was stabbed at a bar.
Once Homeless, NYC Family Starts New Life At 'Sugar Hill'After living in a homeless shelter for close to two years, Tisha Houser and her family finally have a place to call home.
Fire Strikes Foodtown Supermarket In HarlemDozens of additional fire trucks were later called in with more than 100 firefighters on the scene.
Cops: Armed Suspects Struck Victim During Robbery At Harlem Apartment The NYPD has asked the public for help in identifying three suspects wanted for a robbery in Harlem.
5 Best Places In NYC For 'Elementary' FansHere are our suggestions for the five best places for superfans to geek out in New York City.
Harlem Shooting Leaves 1 Man Dead, 1 Critically WoundedOne man was killed and another was critically wounded Wednesday night in a shooting in Harlem.
Harlem Residents: Offline Elevator Has Forced Physically Challenged People To Stairs For WeeksThe consequences of a tragic elevator accident in Brooklyn earlier this month has made life miserable for some elderly and disabled residents of Manhattan.
Police Officer Shot And Killed In East Harlem; Suspect In CustodyAn NYPD officer was shot and killed in East Harlem Tuesday night, a source told the Associate Press.
Harlem's Homeless Swept Up In K2 CrackdownGrassroots organization Picture the Homeless is demanding a change in police policies.
Students At ‘Our Lady Queen Of Angels’ In Harlem Prepare To Meet The PopeWhen the planning began for the Pope's trip to New York he made it known that he wanted to get an up close look at an inner city Catholic school.

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