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For some New Yorkers, the 22-year-old sidewalk shed had come to represent an intractable city failure. Its removal this week sparked a mix of triumph and anger that it took so long.
The grants from District Attorney Alvin Bragg's office pay for murals in public housing, tech classes, restorative justice programs, and mentorship sessions.
Plumes of thick, black smoke billowed from the Battery Maritime Building at 10 South Street in Lower Manhattan on Saturday afternoon after a fire started in an air conditioning unit on the building's roof.
Next year, the city Parks Department will reconstruct the space, while maintaining its versatility.
Daniel McAvoy of Manhattan, the son of Senior U.S. District Judge Thomas McAvoy, has been charged with 29 felonies
Events will be happening throughout the city to mark the 21st anniversary of the September 11 attacks, and traffic and transit will adjust accordingly.
The mayor’s office announced Saturday that the city has reviewed the final water test and concluded the water at the Jacob Riis Houses is safe.
Water samples at the Jacob Riis Houses were "found to be negative" for arsenic. But City Hall warns residents not to consume the tap water just yet.
From huge events by Roxy Music, Mary J. Blige, and Pavement to important showcases for rising stars like Rema, Kali Malone, Remi Wolf, and Seth Parker Woods, here are the fall music events you don't want to miss.
Low turnout and several leading candidates had suggested a tight primary for an open seat representing Lower Manhattan and northwest Brooklyn.