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Adele Sarno (left), 85, is fighting to stay in the Little Italy apartment where she has lived since 1962. (Credit: CBS2)

Adele Sarno, 85, Continues Fight To Stay In Little Italy Building Up For Sale

A grandmother who has lived in the same Little Italy apartment since 1962 was back in court Monday, fighting to keep her home.


Adele Sarno, 85, is fighting eviction from her apartment in Little Italy. (Credit: CBS2)

Supporters Rally To Help Elderly Woman Keep Little Italy Apartment

A rally to help an elderly woman keep her Little Italy apartment was held Saturday.


Adele Sarno, 85, is fighting eviction from her apartment in Little Italy. (Credit: CBS2)

Grandmother Facing Eviction From Little Italy Apartment Given More Time By Court

A grandmother who is facing eviction from her Little Italy apartment was in housing court on Thursday.


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Elderly Woman Says Italian American Museum Forcing Her Out Of Apartment

Adele Sarno said her landlord, Joseph Scelsa, is pressuring her to leave so the Italian American Museum can expand into her building.


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Seen At 11: Why Are NYC War Memorials Sitting Stashed Away In Battery Park?

Historic sculptures and war memorials meant to honor the people and events that helped shape our city sit languishing, stashed away behind a fence at one of the city’s busiest parks.


Tourists line up to take pictures with the Wall Street bull on Jan. 2, 2012 (Credit: Juliet Papa/1010 WINS)

Iconic Wall Street Bull Sculpture Gets Brief Taste Of Freedom

After three months behind barricades the bronze sculpture of the charging bull that’s been a Wall Street fixture was liberated to celebrate its birthday.