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Police: Man Says He Was Slashed At 125th Street-Lenox Avenue Subway Stop

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — No. 2 and 3 trains were skipping the 125th Street station in Harlem late Tuesday, after a man told police he was slashed on a platform there. 78 more words

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Search On For Assailant Who Attacked Man With Syringe In East Harlem Subway Station

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — A suspect was on the run late Monday after another random attack on the subway.

As CBS’s Hazel Sanchez reported, the weapon that was used in the East Harlem attack this past weekend made the incident even more troubling. 239 more words

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The Call of the Drum

Aurthur Toombs is a drummer who has a passion for djembe drums. As a hobby, he plays the drum on the streets of Harlem mostly everyday after work with his friends. 26 more words

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House Candidate Sought to Limit Methadone Clinics—But Took Cash From Their Landlord

For 10 years Assemblyman Keith Wright pushed a bill to end the proliferation of methadone clinics in his native Harlem—but the aspiring congressman has had no problems taking donations from the property owner who has given the treatment facilities a home on 125th Street. 348 more words

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New Case Of Homeless Hoarding Discovered Above Amtrak Tracks At 125th Street

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Another case of homeless hoarding has been discovered, but this time it’s not on a city street — it’s on a dangerous ledge above some railroad tracks. 268 more words

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Metro-North Trains Delayed After Truck Gets Wedged Under 125th Street Overpass

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Metro-North Trains were delayed Monday night, after a truck got stuck under the 125th Street overpass in Harlem.

The truck became stuck in the 125th Street overpass adjacent to the 125th Street-Harlem station at Park Avenue. 107 more words

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Police To Focus On 125th Street In Harlem In Effort To Deal With Homelessness

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — In an effort to tackle homelessness one street at a time, police Commissioner Bill Bratton announced Tuesday that the problem is most amplified in Harlem on 125th Street, and the NYPD will focus resources there. 434 more words

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