By MIREYA NAVARRO and VIVIAN YEE
Finding adequate housing has become an all-consuming preoccupation for many older New Yorkers, a group whose explosive growth and changing housing needs pose new challenges for the city.
By MATT A.V. CHABAN
The Fort Tryon Jewish Center in Washington Heights, a synagogue built in 1938, still sits in disrepair several years after rebuilding came to a halt.
By STEPHANIE CLIFFORD
Representative Michael G. Grimm was charged with underreporting wages and payroll while running an Upper East Side restaurant.
By BENJAMIN WEISER
Federal prosecutors said the defendants were responsible for more than $100 million in losses to New York City through the payroll modernization project.
By PATRICK McGEEHAN
Senator Charles E. Schumer wants to make permanent changes in Washington, reducing the influence that the governors of two states wield over an empire that spans the Hudson River.
By ALISON LEIGH COWAN
Airport officials fear a small airstrip will have to be reduced because of tall trees.
By ELI ROSENBERG
The Crown Heights Tenant Union, founded by young Occupy Wall Street veterans, is one of the most effective groups at dealing with issues raised by the rapid gentrification of the neighborhood.
By DOUGLAS MARTIN
Mr. Honan was a culture editor for The New York Times and the author of several books.
By SHARON OTTERMAN
A Brooklyn man avoided jail time in a plea deal that gave him five years of probation, a spokesman for the Brooklyn district attorney’s office said on Monday.