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Elderly, ailing UWS couple say they're stuck with 30-something 'roommate from hell'

Eugene Sarver alleges Lawrence Lee has robbed watches, pens and other items from the couple, routinely eavesdrops on their conversations, and has especially freaked his wife out with “poor hygiene...

Wheely good: Electric unicyclists having a fun — albeit illegal — time in city

Electric unicycles are illegal in New York City, the NYPD confirmed, but the folks who ride them insist they aren't out for trouble.

Bronx bandit stabs victims before taking cash: NYPD

The unidentified suspect first struck on June 17 at about 4:45 p.m., cops said.

Gay couple sues NYC luxury building for harassment, discrimination

The $2.1 million suit alleges that the former Dorchester Towers residents “were systematically and aggressively discriminated against and made the subject of harassment tactics."

St. Patrick's under heavy NYPD guard, but no sign of abortion protests

At least five NYPD vans and SUVs were spotted outside the cathedral around 9:30 am.

Off-duty NYPD cop busted for alleged Queens assault: police

The victim suffered an eye laceration and the off-duty cop was "arrested and charged within the confines of the 110th Precinct."

Experts agree — Big Apple still the pizza capital of the US

Nine of the 50 pizzerias ranked in the 50 Top Pizza USA 2022 list are located in Manhattan and Brooklyn.

Guzzler: NYC's gas bill for vehicle fleet rises 58% in past year to $108M

Data provided exclusively to The Post by Comptroller Brad Lander’s office shows city agencies racked up $108,395,802 in fuel bills.

Have you seen this creepy NYC subway cell phone perv?

The victim was walking up a flight of stairs when the man "got in close proximity to her from behind," authorities said.

Retail workers union owns empty $1.9 million condo

A subsidiary of the Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union plunked down the cash for the two-bedroom condo at 325 Fifth Ave. in 2017.